How to run a successful private practice: all you need to know - offered by Become Psychology
28th February 2020


~ Workshop presented by Dr Robert Watson, Clinical Psychologist, Accredited Cognitive Analytic Therapist & Supervisor, & Vice-Chair of the Association for Cognitive Analytic Therapy.

~ Relevant for Clinical/Counselling Psychologists, and Psychotherapists/Counsellors.

~ £130 includes lunch.  Early bird £110 until 20.01.20

~ All participants will receive workshop handouts and information packs containing useful examples of therapy contracts, blogs, marketing letters, a GDPR privacy policy for your clients, and a GDPR guide. .

This will be the thirty fifth run of this popular and informative workshop (see previous delegate feedback below). All previous participants rated the workshop as good or excellent, and rated their confidence in starting private practice as higher after attendance.

Setting up and running a successful private practice can be highly rewarding but it can be challenging. The workshop will help you to:

1. Build a narrative of confidence as a therapist in private practice, and guide you towards helpful ways of relating to your work and self-management.

2. Understand and address the issues that you will face in setting up, developing and running a successful private practice.

3. Learn about the practicalities of marketing and how to incorporate an evidence based approach to marketing (afternoon session allocated for this).

4. Understand data protection and how to make your practice GDPR compliant.

5. Know how to work ethically and safely including risk assessment.

6. Manage the demands on the self that come from working independently.

7. Nurture a stimulating workplace for yourself.

Whether you are considering starting private practice, or want to develop your existing private practice, this workshop will equip you with the knowledge and skills needed for running a successful private practice i.e. obtaining work and making a living.

The workshop fee includes all course materials, and tea and coffee throughout the day. Coffee from 09.45 for 10am prompt start.

Participants are welcome to contact Robert Watson with any questions that arise after the workshop as he is always keen to hear how delegates have progressed with their private practice.

 

Some examples of what delegates have liked so far:

“Calm, reassuring, comprehensive review of most relevant issues. Liked & appreciated input of own personal experience, made it real”

“Really detailed information about how Robert does it. Lots of opportunity to ask questions. Great focus on marketing”

“A great workshop on running a private practice. Plenty of factual information and examples along with the opportunity for self-reflection. Highly recommended!”

"I attended Roberts workshop on running a private practice last Friday 17th March. I found it informative and extremely useful. I'm going fully independent in May and this has certainly helped my confidence levels."

“Being yourself, personal, open, transparent, warm & engaging – this enabled open discussion and inquiry”

“The specific guidance on practicalities – copies of therapy agreement are great. Guidance on outcome measures”

“Learning more about boundaries in private practice and issues arising and the need to hold onto these”

“Been a brilliant, informative workshop. Well worth the travel and emotional investment”

“Thank you. You’ve inspired me! It was exactly what I wanted to learn”

For more information and booking please visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/how-to-run-a-successful-private-practice-all-you-need-to-know-manchester-workshop-tickets-85225793643

 

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