Presented by Larry F. Waldman, PhD, ABBP
*this registration is for virtual attendees
Mental health providers are trained to provide psychotherapy but are not schooled in the process of conducting a successful private practice. In fact, many training institutions frown upon the notion of private work. Moreover, most mental health providers know one, and only one, way to function—be seated across from a client (hopefully with valid insurance).
In Non-Traditional Methods of Development and Practice Dr. Waldman describes the open attitude and innovative steps to be taken to effectively market and conduct a thriving private practice. He practices what he preaches as his “business” became one of the most diverse and successful ones in Phoenix. This program is particularly well-suited for graduate students and early career providers but is also useful for senior clinicians who desire to explore new ways of practice and compensation.