Weekly Read: H8r Alert: How to Handle Trolls When You Outgrow Your Office

I hear a lot from therapists that one of the biggest things stopping them from pursuing their dreams beyond traditional private practice is a fear of haters, trolls, etc. Read on to see how I cope with the haters!

Weekly Read: Should You Be Using Facebook Ads & When?

Read on to see why we’re interested in talking about Facebook ads for your offerings beyond your standard therapy practice!

Weekly Read: Therapist Branding – Lessons from a Master

When it comes to branding what you choose doesn’t matter, as long as you choose it. Great branding is a series of cohesive choices designed to create the vibe you want.

Weekly Read: Pause and Practice

The craziest thing tends to happen to our clients when they start OUTgrowing the therapy office. Their practices explode! So what then?

Aug 23

Weekly Read: Guilt About Growing Beyond 1:1?

You're guilty of thinking about growing beyond one-on-one therapy services, and you're guilty of feeling guilty when you think about it. Read on to explore this feeling.

Aug 23

Weekly Read: 7 Wildly Unimportant Things and 1 Important Thing I Learned Traveling in Europe For a Month

Read on to see the lessons I learned after spending a month traveling through Europe with my family!

Jul 23

Weekly Read: Therapists Who Attack Other Therapists

One of the most popular punching bags for angry internet therapists is any therapist who seeks to create additional income streams.

Jul 23

Weekly Read: Why Are Mental Health Influencers Spoon-Feeding Us What We Want to Hear?

Are mental health influencers spoon-feeding us what we want to hear and excusing bad behavior without challenging us?

Weekly Read: Stop Pursuing Your Inner Peace. Pursue This Instead! 

Shouldn’t we all seek inner peace? Maybe? But…I have a few strongly-held beliefs that differ from many in my field.

Jul 23

Weekly Read: The Mind Micro-Manager

Once you learn to manage your mind in all situations, success in any area is achievable. Learn the tools for the mind micro-manager.

Jun 23