So you think you want to be in private practice? Great….how do you make that happen?
This webinar will look at some of the ways a private practice in psychology will look. It will provide a general outline of the steps to setting up and creating a private practice, using the presenter’s own experience as a model, but also comparing this part-time, solo practitioner approach to group practices, full time practice, and other models. Participants will focus on questions they may want to consider before taking this exciting step into their emerging careers.
- Participants will be able to identify multiple services a therapist in private practice might provide.
- Participants will discuss steps involved with establishing a private practice small business.
- Participants will examine niche marketing as a function of clinician competency and ethical practice, not just a marketing technique.
CE: 1.5 hours (For Georgia licenses, this would qualify under Area V.)
About the Presenter:
Dr. Rachel Kieran is a licensed psychologist in private practice in the Atlanta area providing individual and couples counseling/psychotherapy as well as assessment services. Licensed in the state of Georgia, Dr. Kieran has been providing therapy services for over ten years and has been in private practice for nine. Dr. Kieran’s practice is open and accepting to all, and has a particular emphasis on the importance of multiple identities in the lives of clients. This includes relational and gender diversity including affectional identify orientation, queer theory, BDSM, kink, transgender issues, polyamory, and other non-monogamies. For more information on her practice, visit her website at www.rkieranpsyd.com.
In addition to clinical work in private practice, Dr. Kieran is a part-time faculty member at Agnes Scott College and Kennesaw State University. A current member of the Georgia Psychological Association’s Board of Directors, she has been actively involved in GPA’s Council on Gender and Sexual Diversity and Continuing Education committee for the past three years. Dr. Kieran has presented at local and national conferences on topics related to sexual, gender, and relational diversity. She also provides consultation services to local universities regarding issues of sexual and gender diversity.
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- $15: GPA Members
- $35: Non-Members
- Free: GPA Student Members
There are no refunds for this event. The webinar will be recorded.
The Georgia Psychological Association is proud to sponsor and support a wide variety of workshops throughout the year as an APA approved sponsor of Continuing Education.