Establishing and Growing a Thriving Therapy Practice
Six-Day Practice Development Workshop Series
Venue: IAHIP Premises, Dun Laoghaire, Dublin
Dates: 2017: 11th March, 8th April, 27th May,
16th September, 21st October, 25th November
Max.: 15 Participants
Who Is It For?
ARE YOU STARTING OUT AS A THERAPIST?
IS YOUR PRACTICE STUCK IN A RUT?
WOULD YOU LIKE IT TO BE MORE PROFITABLE OR SATISFYING?
Whether in the early stages of your career or already practicing, establishing a private practice and running a successful and thriving business requires a process of education and skill development to make it happen. This knowledge and experience is generally not acquired in therapy school.
This course provides therapists with the opportunity to address these issues in a supportive, creative and practical way so as to move their practices forward in the direction they choose. Participants will be given support to identify their strengths, hopes and desires and the practical ways to weave and embed these into their practices.
Over 6 Modules the course will consider the Six Pillars of a Successful Therapy Practice from the book “This Business of Therapy: A Practical Guide to Starting, Establishing and Sustaining a Therapy Practice” by Jude Fay.
Each module will build on the work of the previous one, and will involve both theoretical presentation and discussion, and practical and experiential exercises to explore and support participant’s personal process. The tutors will set homework tasks to support ongoing learning and integration. A book list is provided and each attendee will receive a copy of the course handbook: “This Business of Therapy: A Practical Guide to Starting, Developing and Sustaining a Therapy Practice.”
Cost of Six-day Practice Development Series: € 625
Payment choices :
1) Early bird rate payable in full by Feb 15th €550.
2) Payment in full – €625 on booking
3) Payment can be made in 3 instalments of €225 euro each -first on booking, second on 19th May, and final payment must be received by 16th September. Instalments can be made by direct debit or post-dated cheques.
Booking and further information: http://thisbusinessoftherapy.com/practice-development-workshop-series for details or phone Monica at 086 6061015.
Jude Fay is the author of the recently published “This Business of Therapy” and is a practicing counsellor and psychotherapist in Co Kildare. Her background as a Chartered Accountant and trainer has led her to supporting therapists in developing and managing their practices. Her work embraces the practical, emotional and psychological aspects of self-employed therapy practice. Jude is a firm believer in the philosophy that helping clients is not inconsistent with making a living!
Monica Haughey has a background in social work and subsequently trained as a psychotherapist and supervisor. She maintains her own private practice and in the past five years has provided training and consultancy for organizations working in the area of workplace wellness and enjoys transferring her experience as a psychotherapist and counsellor to the corporate world. Monica is the published author of two cookery books. Her approach is creative and positive and she supports people beyond their current horizons.