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Doing It Right Right At The Start

Doing It Right Right At The Start

Even when we’re entry-level, fresh out of grad school, we usually want to ensure we’re doing everything in our power to give our clients the best resources. How can we know if we’re giving our clients the best care if we maybe don’t have the best resources and...

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Finding Out Your Ideal Client is…You!

Finding Out Your Ideal Client is…You!

When we go through school, our internships, and agency work, we start to get an idea of who we do great work with, and what clients bring out the best of our clinical skills and flourish because of it. A great fit for you is also a great fit for your client, and great fits lead to healing which, come on, is awesome.

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Finding Confidence in Your Website Copy

Finding Confidence in Your Website Copy

When people join the Abundance Party or Inner Circle, one of their major pain points is their website copy; they’re afraid to show up or get started. They’ve had really bad feedback that was probably unwarranted or a little harsh or someone pointed out a grammar error a little too gleefully.

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How to Show Up As Yourself In Videos

How to Show Up As Yourself In Videos

It took me some time and some work to get comfortable on video – my Vimeo account is just a wasteland of starts and stops, flubbing what I’m saying, or just feeling like it wasn’t quite there yet. I have a lot to say on this subject so buckle up.

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Happy Boss’s Day, Allison!

Happy Boss’s Day, Allison!

Hey everybody, it’s Megan here with a sneak blog! I wanted to take this space and write a quick piece on National Boss’s Day, Allison, and what Abundance Practice Building means to me. You could say I’m a late bloomer in a lot of ways. I didn’t even really know that...

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You’re Already a Good Writer

You’re Already a Good Writer

If you’re a therapist you’ve already got most of the skills necessary to be a writer, too. You’re likely: Curious about people; Interested in sharing information and inspiration; and Able to construct a coherent narrative. That means if you want to write, you should....

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Stuck on the Niche Question

Stuck on the Niche Question

You’ve probably heard a thousand times that a niche is really important in building a private practice. Maybe you resisted it. Maybe you wanted to embrace it but couldn’t decide who you wanted to choose. Then you read another thing that harps on the need for a niche....

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How I’m Getting a Life

How I’m Getting a Life

In last week's blog I talked about how my business had started eating my life. In the last few weeks I’ve felt more like myself than I have in years. In case you need to re-find your non-work self, I’m sharing what’s helped me: A List of All Great Things: I’m almost...

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Is Your Practice Eating Your Life?

Is Your Practice Eating Your Life?

I’ve blogged through miscarriages, and stockpiled enough blogs to last me through a maternity leave. I’ve blogged through sickness and varying degrees of anxiety. I’ve blogged through and about being sued. I’ve blogged through a lot of fear and not-enoughness. I’ve...

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Loneliness in Private Practice

Loneliness in Private Practice

Y’all may know I’m an outgoing extravert. I love, love, love being with people. Going into business for myself was not exactly the smartest social move I could make, or so I thought as I was planning my first full time practice. I feared I would wither away in my...

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Guest Blog: How to Make Weekly Blogging Ridiculously Easy and Fun

Guest Blog: How to Make Weekly Blogging Ridiculously Easy and Fun

How to Make Weekly Blogging Ridiculously Easy and Fun by Natalie Moore As private practitioners, we know the benefits of blogging for our practice. 1) It builds our website’s S.E.O., making it easier for our ideal client to find us. 2) It helps clients get to know us,...

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What Feels Like Life and Death

What Feels Like Life and Death

I get tunnel vision. I get set on something and drive forward as if it’s the most important thing in the world. It feels vital. It feels important. It feels like if I don’t get this business thing out there on time or up to par everything will fall apart. Y’all...

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The Smart Way to Talk About Clients

The Smart Way to Talk About Clients

A couple weekends ago, while at my favorite breakfast place with my family, I somehow heard the conversation going on at the table next to me. I say “somehow” because if you’ve ever gone to breakfast with a 1.5 year old, a 4 year old, and a partner you like to talk to...

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Guest Blog: What Happens When You Decide To Write a Book

Guest Blog: What Happens When You Decide To Write a Book

I've admired Mercedes Samudio's social media savvy for years. She's built an amazing platform around Shame Proof Parenting that I not only appreciate as a fellow businesswoman, but also as a parent. Her book is phenomenal and you should get it asap if you're a parent...

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Pathological Continuing Ed and Other Roadblocks

Pathological Continuing Ed and Other Roadblocks

“Pathological” may sound strong. Learning is vital to what we do, after all. Occasionally I work with someone who is using learning to feel good enough. To try to beat back the imposter syndrome. It may start as a desire to feel more competent in order to better serve...

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Private Practice Won’t Solve Your Problems

Private Practice Won’t Solve Your Problems

I love private practice. It changed my life. It changed my family’s life. It made me love therapy more than I ever had. It opened up opportunities I never knew were available.   I have also had moments of hating private practice. The weeks without phone calls....

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Charging Too Much?

Charging Too Much?

So, let’s talk about whether you’re charging too much.   There are two groups here: The people who have some money stuff to work through that aren’t actually charging too much, but fear they are (cue imposter syndrome, not-enoughness, fear people won’t pay it,...

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Paying Your Dues?

Paying Your Dues?

Raise your hand if you have a strong opinion about whether a new counselor should have to work in an agency before venturing into private practice. Just kidding, we can’t see you. I have a strong, unpopular opinion. Ready for it? I’m a fan of starting with the end in...

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