Build a Private Practice: Part II
For clinicians who have successfully participated in the training "How to Build a Private Practice: Part I." This long desired Part II will go more in depth on how to apply the principles learned in Part I. Because there is a dense amount of information in Part I, and clinicians will vary on where they want to focus, enrolled participants will be contacted prior to this training and will be able to choose the area(s) of needed focus.
This training will go more in depth to ensure you are building a private practice that adheres to HIPAA regulations, ethical principals, and scope of practice restrictions. It explores the necessary paperwork to use with clients, as well as steps you need to take to protect your practice. This training will also provide a plethora of ideas about how to grow your business to its full potential. If you have a private practice, or wish to build one, you need this training to make sure the practice you build is at its clinical best. Part I explored these topics generally, Part II is about applying the principles more directly to your practice, with more individual and small group participation to ensure you leave with a working practice.
This training has obvious innovations in direct practice, as it aims to help the clinician build a practice that will benefit the clients it serves. This training topic connects to diversity in allowing the participants to attend to the diverse background of the clients in the community in which it serves. It connects to ethics because participants will learn how to ensure their practices adhere to the strictest of ethical principles. It connects to advocacy because clients need healthy and effective practices from which to gain ethical and appropriate care. This training will teach attendees how to build private practices that meet the needs of the clients they serve, which strengthens both the individual client’s treatment experience and the profession as a whole.
9:00-9:10: Introduction of presenter and topic, and themes..
9:10-10:30: Part I: Overview of essential tools in building a practice
10:45 - 12:00: Part II: Troubleshooting topics about setting up practice
1:00-2:30: Part III: Troubleshooting topics about developing practice
2:45-3:15: Part IV; Troubleshooting topics about closing your practice
3:15-3:30: Summary of Topic/Q&A
“I just learned everything I need to get my practice going. I wish I had taken this training 5 years ago.”
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“I walked in not knowing how to get started. I am leaving feeling completely prepared. How can I thank you for this?”