It’s an exciting time to be a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist. The traditional therapy room is getting a makeover and the landscape around the delivery of CBT is changing. The incorporation of digital platforms is giving clients more choice and flexibility than ever before. People can access the support they need from the comfort of … Read More about 6 Tips to Help You Deliver Therapy Online
Private practice offers the chance to be your own boss, make your own schedule, and choose your clients. But is it worth it? Ultimately, only you can answer this question. In this article, I want to help you make the right decision by sharing my own experience and a few things I learned the … Read More about Private Practice – Is It Worth It?
November is shaping up to be an incredible month here at Therapist’s Corner on Substack, and I’m thrilled to share what we have lined up for you! 🍂📆 Friday, 3rd November, 12 pm BST: We’re kicking off with a 30-minute Q&A session exclusively for our paid subscribers. Bring your questions, insights, or even just … Read More about Therapists Corner – November Calendar
Working with self-funding clients who have specifically chosen to work with you are, in my opinion, the best type of referral; they tend to be more motivated and engaged and the therapeutic relationship gets a head start. Working with self-funding clients also allows you to take a client-centred approach to therapy. This means that you … Read More about Attracting Self-Funding Clients
Managing Unpaid Invoices Few things are as frustrating and challenging for therapists as when clients fail to pay for a session and you have to Manage unpaid invoices. This isn’t just a matter of missed income; it’s about the value and recognition of the professional service provided. Like many in the health and well-being … Read More about Managing Unpaid Invoices: Your Guide to Pre-action Protocols