Sh*t You Wish You Learned in Grad School with Jennifer Agee, LCPC

Sh*t You Wish You Learned in Grad School with Jennifer Agee, LCPC

Have you ever found yourself Googling something after a client left a session? We all have. Sh*t You Wish You Learned in Grad School aims to answer the Googlable questions we all have as both clinicians and private practice owners.Mental health care professionals know that after grad school our learning truly begins and never, ever ends. Together, let’s stay informed and up to date on anything and everything related to running a therapy practice. We go beyond theory and focus on what you need to know to be effective with clients and a solid private practice owner. This is a podcast for therapists in support of therapists. There is no topic off limits to explore as we grow as clinicians and business owners. Like.Subscribe.Share.Let’s dig in!

Episodes

November 30, 2022 33 min

Chris 'Rhino' Swenson, LMFT and I discuss his philosophy of “Rhino Mentality” and how this creates resilience as therapists and entrepreneurs. Chris is a published author and mentality coach and shared his best tips for getting unstuck and to finally start and complete writing a book. 

Chris ‘Rhino’ Swenson is a loving husband, father to 3, and grandfather to 1! When he is not helping others become stronger, wiser, and more ...

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Lisa Duez, LCSW, CSAC, EMDR Therapist and Approved Consultant and I help you understand the nuance of differential diagnosis with Borderline Personality Disorder, Bipolar Disorder and Complex PTSD. It is tough as a clinician to distinguish between these differing diagnoses sometimes. Lisa and I have years of experience and we are sharing what you need to understand to diagnose accurately. 

While most of us do not enjoy diagnosing, i...

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Yael Shuman, LMFT, EMDR trained, AAMFT Approved Supervisor and I have an open and honest conversation about creating and holding healthy boundaries with your family over the holidays. We all know the holiday season can be both joyful and stressful. Yael and I share our best tips to survive and thrive this holiday season! 

Yael is a Psychotherapist and is the creator of Equipt Emotional Agility Training. Healthy boundaries are hard t...

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Katie May is an entrepreneur and CEO of Creative Healing. She is known in our industry as a visionary therapist. In this episode, Katie and I explore authenticity in the therapy room. Gone are the days where therapists are seen as blank slates and we discuss how embracing our flawed authenticity attracts rather than repels both clients and others. 

Katie is a licensed therapist, group practice owner and online course creator.  She h...

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Sabrina Santa Clara, LPC, R-DMT, CIFST, CPIT, RYT and I discuss the importance of training regarding touch in therapy. Touch can be so healing yet we receive little to no training on how to integrate physical touch in healthy and appropriate ways and how to document these interactions. Sabrina also discusses the healing power of Psychedelic Integration Therapy. 

Sabrina Santa Clara is a licensed Colorado Counselor and somatic psycho...

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Uriah Guilford, founder of Productive Therapist, shares his best tips to increase productivity and work smarter not harder. Many of us have a vision of success but aren’t quite sure what to do once we reach our initial goals. Uriah’s practical approach to scaling, streamlining, and growth is both practical and exciting.  

Uriah Guilford is a licensed marriage and family therapist, a group practice owner and the creator of Productive...

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Dr. Belle and I dig into what it takes to have relentless empathy in the therapeutic relationship. With some clients, empathy comes easily and others challenge our ability to maintain compassion. Dr. Belle and I have an open and honest discussion about working with clients the world defines as “difficult”. 

Dr. Belle is also a well known business and executive success coach, helping therapists, entrepreneurs and leaders reach their ...

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Navigating personal relationships as a therapist can be tricky. Lisa Peacock, LCSW and I explore the challenges our growth as therapists can have on our closest relationships and the boundaries that are essential to maintain healthy, close, intimate relationships. 

OFFERS & HELPFUL LINKS:

  • Lisa’s website
  • Counseling Community TikTok
  • Jennifer Agee coaching page
  • Counseling Community Facebook community
  • Counseling Community Instagram
  • Alaska...
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    What is the Know, Like, and Trust factor and how does it impact your marketing? Jennifer Agee, founder of Counseling Community, Inc., takes a look at each of these 3 elements and gives practical tips on how to incorporate this marketing strategy to grow your audience. 

     

    OFFERS & HELPFUL LINKS:

  • Counseling Community TikTok
  • Jennifer Agee coaching page
  • Counseling Community Facebook community
  • Counseling Community Instagram
  • Alaskan Cruise:...
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    We’ve all heard about treating clients as a whole person. Paying attention to mind, body and spirit makes sense at a cognitive level, but what does the work of paying attention to the body really mean in therapy? Shaelene Kite has an open and honest conversation about the importance of movement in therapy and how to start implementing what you learn from the podcast with yourself and your clients. 

    Shaelene Kite, LPC, NCC, DBT-LBC c...

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    Most of us are not taught much about money. We know we need it and maybe have an idea how to budget but investing and building wealth feels intimidating for many of us. 

    Brett Banks, VP, Wealth Manager with Enterprise Bank & Trust shares the basics of understanding our relationship with money and how to harness the power of our money to support the lives we desire to live. Brett discusses the 10th wonder of the world, compoundin...

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    During this episode, I talk with Patrick Casale, LCMHC, LCAS (he/him) about Imposter Syndrome. Patrick is the owner of All Things Private Practice and Resilient Mind Counseling. Patrick works as a Private Practice Coach and Strategist, and is also a Group Practice Owner, Motivational Speaker, Retreat Planner, and Podcast Host. He has been featured on Private Practice Startup, Abundance Practice Building, Therapy Reimagined, Not You...

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    During this episode, I interviewed The Sassy Wealth Coach, Lisa Marie Robinson (she/her). Lisa has more than 20 years of experience in accounting. She is passionate about helping women entrepreneurs manage their money with confidence, so they feel empowered in their lives and businesses. After surviving a tumultuous childhood filled with addiction, theft, and violence, she is on a mission to help women break free from poverty, stru...

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    During this episode, I talk with Jaime Duke, LCPC, MAC, NCC (she/her) about the importance of therapists understanding Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD). Jaime is a private practice owner in Prairie Village, Kansas and specializes in working with women who are experiencing Perinatal or Postpartum Mood & Anxiety Disorders, PMS or PMDD, menopausal symptoms, PCOS, Endometriosis, or other hormonal health problems.

    TOPICS IN THI...

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    During this episode, I talk with Kimberly Rose (she/her), a Certified Breathwork Coach of 15 years. Kimberly has been published in Mantra Wellness Magazine. She was also the catalyst for Online Breathwork Classes & Teacher Training. 

    Once Kimberly experienced what breathing could do for the mind-body-soul, and healed her chronic symptoms, she became dedicated to teaching people how to transform their lives through Breathwork. Sh...

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    During this episode, Jennifer Agee, LCPC (she/her) discusses how therapists can utilize the basics of body and awareness and energy work to help gain deeper insight into our client’s needs. 

    Join me as I go down the hippy-dippy rabbit hole of energy work and body awareness!

    TOPICS IN THIS EPISODE:

  • Energy work basics
  • Understanding the use of energy awareness to help clients
  • Protection of your energy as a helper/healer

  • OFFERS & HELPFUL...

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    During this episode, I talk with Jessica Tappana, LCSW (she/her) about the basics you need to know for SEO marketing. SEO can be so intimidating and Jessica explains how to integrate SEO into your website in a very clear way. I learned a lot from this episode. 

    Jessica is the founder of Simplified SEO Consulting where she has a team that helps mental health professionals around the country do really in depth work on their website to...

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    During this episode, I talk with Ernesto Segismundo (he/him) about the importance of being intention in how we attract, repel, grow and flow in our business. Understanding what we speak ourselves, what was spoken over us and out generational past’s influence on the work you do. Alignment with mind, body, soul and spirit is an important piece of both personal and business growth.

    Ernesto has an excellent reputation in the therapist c...

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    During this episode, I talk with Daniel Sanchez (he/him) about online marketing. You’ve heard of SEO (and maybe SEM) and I interview Daniel about all the things therapists need to know to understand the simple and cost-effective ways we can level up our online marketing. 

    Daniel helps therapists create Brand Identity and to ensure that their digital footprint is creating traffic to their website and social media. Daniel develops a b...

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    During this episode, I talk with Susan Dunaway (she/her), LCPC, BCN about Neurofeedback. It’s something we’ve all heard of, but don’t necessarily understand. I ask the questions we want to know! 

    Susan has been a therapist for over 20 years and is the co-owner of Amend Neurocounseling. Amend specializes in neurofeedback, a tool that helps the brain regulate attention, mood, and energy. They combine neurofeedback with talk therapy, p...

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