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Clinical Supervision Agreements for Therapists: Essential Guidelines and Best Practices

By Sarah Rees

Uncovering the Power of Clinical Supervision: Why It’s Essential for Therapists Every therapist needs clinical supervision! It’s a chance to reflect on your caseload and clinical practice with a trusted peer or colleague. Share your triumphs and struggles, and find ways to improve. You can share what’s going well or not so well, and identify … Read More about Clinical Supervision Agreements for Therapists: Essential Guidelines and Best Practices

Just Do It - How to Manage Uncertainty

Setting up in Private Practice

By Sarah Rees

Getting started in private practice is one of the scariest things I’ve ever done, but it’s also one of the most enjoyable and fulfilling. I’ve never looked back since making the decision and taking the leap. Private Practice: Is it worth it? However, I did experience a lot of uncertainty at the beginning. Will I … Read More about Setting up in Private Practice

How to blog

How to Blog for Your Private Practice

By Sarah Rees

Does your website have a blog? When was the last time you updated it? Are you yet to publish your first post? As I mentioned recently in Everything You Need to Know About Outsourcing in Private Practice, I do not single-handedly create all my content. I’ve been working with copywriter Franky Shanahan since 2018. With … Read More about How to Blog for Your Private Practice

GDPR

A GDPR Cheat Sheet for Therapists in Private Practice

By Sarah Rees

What is GDPR? In simple terms, GDPR provides a legal framework for keeping everyone’s personal data safe by requiring companies to have robust processes in place for handling and storing this information. Despite the admin involved, GDPR has been a very positive step. We all have much more control over how our personal data is … Read More about A GDPR Cheat Sheet for Therapists in Private Practice

Burnout for therapists

A Guide to Burnout for Therapists

By Sarah Rees

What is Burnout? Burnout is a state that comes with long-term, unresolved stress that can negatively affect your work and your life in general. There are physical and emotional components, everybody experiences burnout differently but some of the common components are Emotional exhaustion Feeling overwhelmed Low mood, feeling helpless/hopeless lack of energy and feeling drained … Read More about A Guide to Burnout for Therapists