Build Your Private Practice Counseling Practice With Work-Life Balance
In the summer lull? Are you enjoying it by spending more time with family or doing fun things? Or are you worried because your August income dropped by 40%?
Many of us have taken the changes created by COVID into our brains and are looking more and more at our work and questioning if it’s part of a good work-life balance. I know I am not the only therapist that is seeing fewer clients and trying to create other income streams. For me I have developed an EMDR intensive program, I do this work, and I have become an EMDRIA EMDR consultant. My goal is to continue this and maybe even add some additional teaching work. Because teaching invigorates me.
As many may know, I recently undertook a major life change. I moved back to the East Coast to PA. After almost 30 years in the Bay, it was time for a change. In PA, the cost of living is so much less that it means I can work even less. I can also spend more time doing the things I want like riding my bike and starting some volunteer work. For others, they want to create a schedule where they can meet their kids’ needs, live on the road for a bit, or even leave the country. With telehealth becoming common it gives many of us many more work and scheduling options.
I want to help you figure it all out. How to have a good work-life balance. How to do the work that energizes you. How to make the income you need. Then I will help you get there.
Like most of you, I hate to toot my own horn, but people that take my classes and work with me love my super authentic and pragmatic nature. I have had my own counseling practice for over 20 years. I have seen a lot, and I am happy to share that knowledge with you. Email me to set up a free 15-minute consultation to see how I can help you set and reach your business goals for your counseling practice.