Developing a Successful Private Practice with Michael Klein
This practical, skills-based workshop provides you with the tools to transform your academic learning into a successful private practice. You learn the different stages of setting up and maintaining a private practice, including the nuts-and-bolts of finance, marketing, advertising, and networking. You also learn strategies on how to avoid many of the common "potholes" that clinicians fall into during their professional development.
By the end of this workshop, you will have developed an individualized business plan that should prepare you for developing a successful, thriving practice. The skills learned in this workshop are designed to give you (student or licensed clinician) the opportunity to do the type of work you want to do in order to have a meaningful career. Past participants have said this workshop was immensely helpful in directing them toward the future that they wanted to create for themselves.
Michael Klein, PhD, is an assistant professor at CIIS, where he has been teaching since 1995. He is a somatically oriented psychologist in private practice in San Francisco. He specializes in treating couples, and also leads several training and supervision groups for clinicians working with couples. His work integrates AEDP, EFT, IFS, and other current mindfulness-based models of treatment. He recently completed a year-long certificate program in Compassion Education through Stanford Medical School.
Sundays, November 3 & 17, 2013
CIIS Main Building
$235/$25/$275 (when one price tier sells out, that tier is closed)
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This course is also available for one unit of academic credit to CIIS students.
13 CEs (MFT, LCSW, RN)