Therapists, especially those in private practice, should seriously consider some sort of disability insurance coverage to protect them in case of accident or illness.
Most people don’t realize the risk of becoming disabled as the result of an illness or… Continue reading
Many of you attended FSTNW's recent ethics workshop and earned another 6 ethics credits required by the State to keep your license active. As Julie Wood and I prepared to facilitate discussion for this year’s ethics training, we kept repeating a phrase, “The Art of Ethical Thinking.” Continue reading
In this article for The Pulse I’m going to look at some clinical insights I’ve gleaned in my almost 30 (!) years of therapeutic practice, along with resources that could be beneficial for private practices. Since I’m starting to think about retiring sooner than later, I’ll also write a bit about that. Continue reading
This is the second installment in a series designed to assist you in marketing your practice. The first installment included tips on assessing your relationship with marketing. Part two covers the basics of marketing. Continue reading
As I ventured out into the great world of private practice I had all sorts of visions on what the job would look like – complex cases that I would need to unpack with my supervisor, endless networking meetings to get my name into an already competitive market. Yet, what ended up being the most important aspect of surviving my first year in private practice was unexpected: the vital importance of self-care. Continue reading
My husband and I have a dream. After the kids leave for college, we dream of living a slower paced life out on the Olympic Peninsula. There’s not a lot of jobs out there, and so we’ll be looking to do work via the internet. In my case, that means offering online therapy. Continue reading
Grow Your Practice: Marketing
This is the first installment in a series designed to assist you in marketing your practice. Part one: assessing your relationship with marketing.
Marketing your private practice is not like selling a car or a vacuum… Continue reading
FSTNW Supervisor Database
If you are an associate-level practitioner, our FSTNW Supervisor Database can help you find a qualified systemically-trained supervisor in your area. Each of the supervisors meet the Washington State qualifications to supervise LMFTA, LMHCA, LASWA, and… Continue reading
FSTNW members Michele Loewy and Kirk Honda sat down to talk about his popular podcast: Psychology in Seattle. Continue reading