First Steps to Private Practice – 1 day workshop
Setting up your own private practice as a counsellor or therapist is an exciting opportunity but can also seem daunting. Once you have made the conscious decision to consider private practice as an option, where do you start?
In this workshop we will give you the tools to help you get you on the best possible footing before taking the plunge. The workshop is very practical and will help you develop a concrete action plan to use in setting up your practice – giving you the essential building blocks to ensure your practice is successful.
The workshop covers two broad areas; Setting the Therapeutic Stage (the therapy bit) and Marketing Your Practice (the business bit).
We will be exploring the following:
Setting the Therapeutic Stage
- What do you need to consider before starting private practice
- What needs to be in place before you can begin seeing clients
- The initial sessions and how to manage them
- How to be safe and look after yourself
- What is the right number of clients?
- How to be successful and continue developing yourself and your practice
- What about supervision?
Marketing Your Practice
- How do people find out about you and how do you stand out from the others?
- What do you want to tell potential clients? What do they want to know?
- How can you help the ‘choosing a therapist’ decision-making process?
If you are a counsellor or therapist who has started on the route to private practice, this workshop is for you. The workshop is also ideal for those who are looking at private practice as an option and is wondering about how it works. You will also get a lot from this workshop if you are just finishing or just qualified from a counselling or therapy course and looking at what is available.
The workshop costs £100 for the day and covers all training materials. Book Tickets
The workshop is run by Andy Williams and Lin Cheung who have a successful private practices. Lin as a counsellor and psychotherapist and Andy as a counsellor, pschotherapy and CBT practitioner. They are also both experienced supervisors with a range of supervisees from both private and public sector.