Private Practice Resources

When we launched A SMART PRACTICE earlier this year, our goal was simple: To provide engaging content to help practicians build their practices. We are six months in and have published over 50 articles by almost a dozen contributors and engaged our readers with bi-monthly newsletters. This week we launched a new feature of our site: Private […]

The Need for Productivity: The New Disorder

I have begun to notice this trend with my clients, and not just with a couple of them, but with almost all of them. At some point they say things like, “I feel like I am not doing enough.” “I should be doing more.” “I’m not as far in my career as I should be.” […]

Book Review: Daring Greatly by Brene Brown

The Premise: My professional crush with Brene Brown started a few years ago with her infamous TEDx talk on the power of vulnerability. She spoke so beautifully; holding a great tension between information and vulnerability. She’s done a marvelous job bringing rich research and marrying it to real life settings and relationships. Daring Greatly is a book about […]

Private Practice Coaching Group

Are you struggling to get new clients, develop solid referral sources, or overwhelmed with running a business? Join Samuel Rainey, LPC-MHSP and founder of aSmartPractice.com, this summer for a private practice coaching group to help you grow and stabilize your private practice. This is a group for beginners and seasoned professionals alike. Participants need to […]

Guest Post: Becoming a Collaborative Divorce Coach – Gary Watson

  Editors note: This is a guest post from Gary Watson. We occasionally have other practitioners share their story of building a private practice. Gary offers a unique idea and opportunity into diversifying a practice. If you have ideas you’d like to share with our readers, click here to contact us for more information. I’ve been exploring the possibility of becoming […]