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Do you want to set up a private practice but don’t know
where to begin? Are you overwhelmed with all the tasks ahead of you and
different areas to consider?
This webinar will simplify and clarify the first five key steps you need to take to
get started in private practice to ensure you have a solid foundation for your
private practice. Sarah Rees has over a decade of experience in private practice and as
the author of the soon-to-be-released 'The Therapist's Guide to Private
Practice: Building a Values-Based Business,' Sarah is an expert in simplifying
and demystifying the start-up process.
In this webinar, Sarah will break down the first five steps, including how to
decide on a fitting name for your practice, defining your services, setting the
right fee and securing your initial referrals.
This webinar is ideal for all therapists either considering a private practice,
through to those ready to get started. Sarah's comprehensive approach will
provide you with a clear plan and actionable steps.
There will be a focus on understanding how to set up a private practice that is
sensitive to serve clients from a range of cultural, linguistic and social
backgrounds and communities. This will ensure that communication styles and practice
settings are accessible and accommodating to all client needs.
You will receive a checklist and a practical workbook to go through. By the end
of this session, you'll feel confident about the specific actions to take,
which will take you from the initial idea through to launching your private
practice successfully. This will ensure you are ready to embark on your private practice journey with the
clarity and confidence needed to succeed!
Sarah Rees has worked in the mental health field for over 20
years, first as a nurse and then as a BABCP accredited CBT therapist and has
expanded her training with EMDR and Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT). She works
alongside Professor Paul Gilbert and his team, delivering supervision for the
CFT diploma trainees through the Compassionate Mind Foundation.
Sarah runs a successful private practice in Wilmslow,
Cheshire, where she has been helping clients and also mentoring therapists for
over a decade. She hosts the podcast ‘Ask the Therapists’ and writes
regular blog posts around mental health, therapy and private practice.
Sarah has grown a community for therapists in private
practice called ‘Therapists Corner' on Substack, where thousands of therapists
connect and work together to evolve and enrich their business. Sarah supports
therapists from those first 'should I do this?' moments to building and running
a successful private practice that is as financially sound as grounded in
Over the last year, Sarah has been writing 'The Therapists
Guide to Private Practice: Building a Values-Based Business', which you'll see
on the shelves in mid-2024, courtesy of Routledge.
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