This Business of Therapy: A Practical Guide to Starting, Developing and Sustaining a Therapy Practice
I believe that practising as a psychotherapist, counsellor or therapist of any persuasion should be satisfying and rewarding for both client and practitioner.
If you want to start, develop or sustain a therapy practice that not only meets your clients’ needs, but allows you to earn a living at the same time, then I can show you how.
In This Business of Therapy: A Practical Guide to Starting, Developing and Sustaining a Therapy Practice you will learn:
The Six Pillars Of A Successful Therapy Practice:
The skills and experience needed to work with clients are taught in therapy school. The skills and experience to make a living at it, are not. But you can learn how to make a living as a therapist. There are six main areas that you need to engage with in order to create a financially viable and sustainable practice. This book explores these areas and introduces you to the framework that will help you to create a financially viable practice that you can sustain for your working life.
For New Therapists: A QUICK START GUIDE to starting your own practice, which outlines the basic first steps you need to take to get off the ground quickly. You can then read and implement the detail of the six pillars at your own pace.
For Existing Therapists: How to hone your business skills so as to create a practice that works for you, that fits with your values and with who you are. This book will introduce you to new ideas about the clients you’d like to have, the fees you’d like to charge, and the challenges and obstacles you might be meeting.
The author, Jude Fay, is a practising counsellor and psychotherapist in Co Kildare, Ireland. Prior to training as a therapist, she was a Chartered Accountant, and worked in many fields, including private practice as an accountant, a consultant to the accountancy profession, as well as training and human resources. Jude brings her broad experience and practical good sense to the support of therapists who may love their client work but struggle with the business aspects of starting and developing a practice that will support them financially.
If you are starting your own therapy practice or finding it hard to earn enough in your practice, click on the link below to buy this book now. You’ll be glad you did!