GET YOUR CAREER WORKING FOR YOU
Linking to the field of Employee (& Family) Assistance Programs ( EAP / EFAP) is an exciting and smart way to build your private practice.
Private Practice is self employment and it takes time to generate enough referrals to incur a satisfactory income. Many counsellors/therapists hold on to salaried positions much longer than they want to for fear that their private practice will not be viable. Others struggle to survive if they are only in private practice.
Linking properly to the field of Employee Assistance Programs will help you generate additional revenue so that you can focus more on marketing to your ideal private practice clients.
Incorporating EAP into your private practice will allow you build more quickly a more secure and balanced private practice. It will help you be more innovative in expanding your practice over time. And, it will help you differentiate yourself among your colleagues.
Linking to EAP can help you weather the volatile economic markets that our society faces from time to time. EAP can become your bread and butter revenue stream.
If your area of expertise for example is Trauma Therapy or Addictions then your clients are more demanding than functioning EAP clients. The variety of EAP clients can help you balance out your client caseload as well as your own mental energy.
Linking to EAP / EFAP is an opportunity for you to stretch professionally by generating additional revenue streams so that you are not relying only on your full-fee and/ or sliding-scale fee clients.
In this online course, you will see how I built my successful private practice. I will demonstrate by giving you the blueprint – a modified visual business plan. I will show you how this blueprint begins and how it can be activated to grow into a successful private practice.
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Claire Sutton - Senior Consultant
Link to EAP/EFAP & Foster An Exciting Private Practice
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I have known Claire Sutton through our work together as members of the BCACC, through her consulting and supervision, and through her teaching in the master’s program at City University of Seattle. Claire is a talented, thoughtful, generous and effective therapist whose client-centered skills are outstanding. She takes this core competency much further with her [...]Glen Grigg, Ph.D. Registered Clinical Counsellor
Claire’s course helped give me the confidence and skills to pursue EAP contracts. After taking her course I felt as though I had something valuable to offer EAP companies. I gained a comfort level with providing the short-term counselling EAP companies expect. Claire gave valuable feedback on assignments and the coaching session I had with [...]Roma Palmer, MA, RCC President, Western Canada EAPA Branch