Cogito, ergo sum. I think, therefore I am. Did you know that research has found evidence that successful entrepreneurs have a very specific set of beliefs? How you think about your practice will shape your feelings about it, determine how well you weather the natural ups and downs of the marketplace and influence how you convey your passions for your work to others, thus setting you apart from the crowd and making others want to refer to you. Using therapeutic techniques we are all familiar with, we will explore what cognitive and behavioral barriers may exist between you and your ideal practice. We will conduct an inventory of strengths and challenges regarding attitudes toward your business or future business and work toward creating a more entrepreneurial mindset.
This is the first workshop in an 8-part series for Private Practice start-ups. For more on the other offerings throughout the year go to www.gwa-stl.com. Choose the ones you want to attend or sign up for all 8! By this time next year, you could own the practice of your dreams!
Not quite sure what it takes to start a private practice in the first place? Attend a brief introduction to Private Practice Basics just before this workshop to find out! For only $15 more you can obtain and review a Practice Start-Up Checklist, complete with links to all necessary licencing agencies, state and federal business start-up sites, helpful apps and online services, and more! Within just one hour you will know the steps for starting your own practice! Go here to sign up for the additional 1 hour training from 9:30-10:30 the same morning (Jan. 6).
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Anyone thinking of starting a practice, has started a practice and needs a bit more guidance or support, professionals in practice that need help defining the practice, building it up further, or creating a stronger business plan.
WHO IS PRESENTING:
Casey Limmer, MSW, LCSW
Owner and CEO of Gateway Wellness Associates and St. Louis DBT, LLC
Casey has owned her own successful private practice for several years, managed clinical teams, developed fully funded social programing, taught clinical courses at Washington University in St. Louis and -- perhaps her most unique qualification for presenting this workshop -- has contributed to her parent's book (aka, the family business), Understanding Business, the #1 business textbook in the country for well over 25 years. Not many social workers get a 24/7 infusion of business knowledge throughout their lives. Casey brings her unique experiences, her discoveries about the remarkable similarities between being an effective therapist and being a successful entrepreneur, and her highly engaging teaching style together to help wellness professionals of all sorts find their inner business titan.