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April 2019 Luncheon - "The Business of Private Practice" -- 6 critical "knows" to running a successful and prosperous private practice"

  • 12 Apr 2019
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Cover 3, 2700 W. Anderson Lane
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  April  2019  

Austin AMFT  Luncheon

 

TOPIC

The Business of Private Practice

6 critical "knows" to running a successful

and prosperous private practice



PRESENTER 


Susan Gonzales, MA, LPC-S, LMFT-S




PRESENTATION SUMMARY


The Presentation will entail

6 key elements to running a successful and prosperous private practice. 


Learning Objectives

  1. Know your money script
  2. Know your price
  3. Know your value
  4. Know your numbers
  5. Know your inner network
  6. Know how to take care of self 

Biography

Susan Gonzales, MA, LPC-S, LMFT-S

I have been a therapist in private practice for 10 years. I have readily identified myself as a therapist when in actuality I am a business owner. It wasn’t until after the birth of my 1st child, that I realized I had been doing stupid business (meaning more hours and less pay) rather than smart business (less hours and more money). Unfortunately, this came at the expense of my own family, and that’s when I realized that I had to make a change. I now own and operate a lucrative, smart business and couldn’t be more excited. I have dedicated my time and research to learning about other successful business owners and have tapped into the minds of several well respected millionaires. I was a few credits shy of obtaining an undergraduate degree in business, and instead, had to settle for a minor. If I hadn’t become a therapist, I would definitely be an accountant. My family also runs several businesses in Odessa, Texas.  I am truly passionate about my work as a therapist and business owner, and strive to help therapists reach their greatest potential when it comes to financial success. 

This presentation is designed to be useful for all levels of training and experience.

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