An essential guide to setting up private practice

Location
Elie - 27 Royal Parade Parkville (Gestalt Center Training Campus)
Date
September 18, 2024 6:30 PM
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Key issues that need to be considered when setting up a sustainable and vibrant psychotherapy practice.


Date | Wednesday 18 September, 2024

Time | 6.30pm - 8:30pm

Where | Elie, 27 Royal Parade, Parkville.

Cost | $40 VAGP members. $50 non-members.


Are you ready to take the leap and start your own private therapy practice?

It can be both exciting and overwhelming to embark on this journey. You may have the skills to help clients, but navigating the business side of things can be challenging.

In this training, we'll dive into the key issues that need to be considered when setting up a sustainable and vibrant psychotherapy practice. We'll explore the pros and cons of working in private practice, and help you find your niche area.

We will cover the following topics:

  • The pro and cons of working in private practice
  • Finding a niche area
  • Practice fundamentals, e.g. memberships, insurance, renting rooms, bookkeeping
  • Readiness to provide therapy
  • Finding support for complex client issues and supervision
  • Marketing essentials for your private practice.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to take your therapy practice to the next level!


https://www.gestaltcentre.com.au/

About our facilitator

Belinda Gibson, BPsych, Grad Dip (Psych), MPsych (Community), MAAPI

Manager of Clinical Services / Manager of ConnectGround clinic

Belinda is a psychologist and Gestalt therapist working in private practice providing counselling to individuals and couples. Belinda works with individuals, couples and offers clinical supervision. She completed her Gestalt Training with the Gestalt Institute of Western Australia and has also trained with the Gestalt Associates Training Los Angeles (GATLA).


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