Business Development Courses
Keeping expenses down and avoiding, “expense creep”, is very important to your long-term financial health. You can give the farm away one dollar at a time and not even realize it so in this course we’re going to take a look at that and set up measures to avoid that problem. You’ll have enough challenges…Read More & Access The Course!
Calculating revenue splits between practice owner and contractor isn’t a guessing game. These are real numbers and splits should be determined based on a set of real variables called expenses and profit margin. You need to know what those numbers are and how to determine them in the first place so that’s exactly what we’re…Read More & Access The Course!
6 Critical Tasks For Therapists To Master Workshop Synopsis: We all need to keep our practice skills sharp (the defensive kind!) and this workshop is shaping up to be one fact-filled day full of information to grow your practice and keep you in compliance with the state. The morning segment includes sessions on The Complaint…Read More & Access The Course!
Laurence Saputra and LeAnne Carr, both fully-credentialed LPC’s, join Kathleen Mills to discuss their thoughts on the intern advocacy group recently formed to affect changes to the official guidelines. Their intern experience is still fresh on their minds and that makes for an interesting and thoughtful discourse on the changes the intern association is attempting…Read More & Access The Course!
If you have yet to consider the value of adding the “EAP” credential, Employer Assistance Program, to your list of revenue options now might be a good time to explore that option. High deductibles and a scarcity of disposable income in the lower-middle classes makes an employer with an EAP program a really good source…Read More & Access The Course!
Dr. Rhonda Johnson is a practicing LPC Supervisor and longtime friend of Kathleen Mills and PracticeMentors. In this interview, Kathleen and Rhonda discuss the importance of taking the supervisory refresher course classes seriously and the dangers of not doing so. This course is a good precursor to Kathleen’s Supervisory Refresher Course (see Related Content at…Read More & Access The Course!