7 Things Hurting The Counseling Profession

Practice consulting has been on my mind lately; reviewing the lessons learned from 2020 and applying them to the betterment of our practices. Recently a gentlemen in West Texas asked me, "How can you enhance my practice and bank account?" I couldn't have phrased our mission statement in question form any more succinctly than that!

You can find our Value/Mission Statement on our Home page so I won't read it to you now but suffice it to say that it all comes down to those two things: helping counselors grow their practices and putting more money in their bank accounts.

So, what's the answer to his question?

Practice Consulting

Because every counselor is different and every practice is different, the answer to that question will be developed differently for each counselor. Once a counselor has recognized the wisdom of mentorship and proper practice-planning we can then begin a process towards increasing their bank account. Here's how we do this at PracticeMentors.us.

The first step in our practice consulting approach is typically to have a :30 minute phone conference between the practice-owner, Kathleen Mills and Phillip Crum. The goal of the call is to laser-focus in on (3) key areas of your practice and determine practice health and practice direction. Once we have the answers we need we can then begin to formulate a practice-specific plan for you.

From there we make recommendations about how best to utilize your resources, the tools we offer, and other 3rd-party solutions to improve your practice.

And, that,....is how we begin.

Take the First Step

Running any business, your practice, is a math equation. Get the math right and your bank account will appreciate it!

Would you like to talk about your practice? We hold complimentary :30 minute calls every Monday from 8:30-10:30. If you think your practice is worth a :30 minute call you can self-schedule that call by clicking this link, right now!

Plan Smart. Be Safe. Serve Others.

Kathleen Mills, LPC-S, CEAP

Practice Consulting | PracticeMentors

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