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A few of our recent blog posts, with helpful tips.
When adding a clinician to your practice, you need to consider financial, legal, ethical and tax implications.
When setting goals for your private practice this year, you are more likely to succeed if you have a structured plan. One such plan is SMART goals. Coined in 1981 by George T. Doran (1935-2011) in an article in Management Review, the acronym stood for: S - Specific M...
Accepting credit card payment is not without risk. Clients may later dispute the charge and get a refund, which the credit card company withdraws from your bank account. Here are some tips to minimize chargebacks.
Can you give insights and tips on managing stress? Of course you can. And this is the ideal time to do so, as "holiday stress" themes are on the minds of the general public and the news media. Writing and speaking about holiday stress is a solid and ethical marketing...
Keep abreast of mental health research via news & press releases. Here are some reliable sources.
The mentors who have provided guidance in your professional life include not only professors, advisers, consultants and others in structured arrangements, but also non-professional “accidental” mentors – people in your day-to-day life whose words or actions taught you an important that lesson you needed to learn.