This Business of Therapy: A Practical Guide to Starting, Developing and Sustaining a Therapy Practice by Jude Fay, Preface by Ger Murphy
Available in Paperback and Kindle versions now at Amazon.co.uk
In therapy training you learned how to work with clients. However, most training does not address the challenge of making a living from your work. The skills and experience needed to start, develop and sustain a therapy practice are different from those needed to sit with clients.
In this book, you will learn:
The Six Pillars of A Successful Therapy Practice:
There are six main areas that you need to engage with in creating your therapy practice. This book explores these areas and introduces you to the framework that will help you to create a financially viable practice that you can sustain for your working life.
For those starting a practice for the first time, the book includes A QUICK START GUIDE, which outlines the basic steps you need to take to get off the ground quickly. You can then read and implement the detail of the six pillars at your own pace.
For Existing Therapists: You will learn how to hone your business skills in ways that fit your values. You can create a practice that works for you. This book will introduce you to new ideas about the clients you’d like to have, the income you’d like to make, and the challenges and obstacles you might be meeting.
Available now at Amazon.co.uk
(Paperback Price £10.67, Kindle Price £7.98 (FREE Kindle download from 5th to 9th January 2017))
The author, Jude Fay, is a practising counsellor and psychotherapist in Co Kildare, Ireland. She is also a Chartered Accountant. She brings her broad experience and practical good sense to the support of therapists who may love their client work but struggle with the business aspects of practice.
Jude’s philosophy is that helping clients does not need to be inconsistent with earning a living.
Jude provides information and support to therapists through her blog at http://www.thisbusinessoftherapy.com/, a regular e-newsletter, workshops and in one to one work. Her work spans both the practical business aspects of therapy practice and the emotional and psychological issues that get in the way.
You can contact Jude at firstname.lastname@example.org