There is a lot going on in the world right now and at the best of times, it has been difficult to remain optimistic. We have however been keeping very busy and have put out loads of content to help you pivot your business during this time and help keep you motivated.
If you find yourself with some more time on your hands whilst social distancing, make sure that you catch up on all the podcasts and great articles we released in March.
- Quick tips on how to talk to your kids about coronavirus and reduce anxiety in kids.
- How to structure your home to reduce anxiety and behavior issues during a coronavirus quarantine or isolation.
- How the coronavirus event can impact your family for the positive.
Social distancing by definition means a lot of loss and with a loss we have grief. When we stay away from the life we’ve made, we can lose out on a lot of what we value in our lives. We may lose out on relationships, income, childcare, adventures, social support, opportunities to expand our lives or goals, the list goes on and on. Think of all the things that got canceled recently.
What is Telehealth, and how are we as clinical professionals to use this lawfully in our practice? These questions have become more of a top of mind concern than probably ever in US history after the recent outbreak of the Coronavirus. Due to this outbreak, the government has seen that it is necessary to expand the use of Telehealth and their definition of what is deemed to be appropriate or lawful.
Do you really have to wear all the hats in your business? When do you get more done? What can you do to ensure that you keep moving forward in your business and continue growing?
In this reverse podcast, Daniel Fava speaks with Joe Sanok about 5 myths that can be keeping you from innovation and moving forward in your private practice.
Have you ever thought about going into business with your partner? How could you work together as a team without clashing? Is it possible to work together and live together and still run a practice successfully?
In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks with Andy and Carrie Sears about how they started their group practice working side by side as a couple.
What are some myths you have heard about publishing? How do you market a book? How can you improve your writing?
In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks with Brian Dixon about how to improve your writing and his new book ‘Start With Your People’.
Are you struggling to be seen and heard? What does it take for you to be a great podcast guest? How can you make sure to overcome your fears surrounding visibility?
In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks with Debbi Dachinger about increasing your exposure and overcoming fears surrounding visibility.
Have you ever wondered about how Ayahuasca is used in therapy? How do you prepare for a journey like this? How can a psychedelic experience be useful in therapy?
In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks with ‘M’ about her work and journey with Ayahuasca and how psychedelics can be used in therapy.
What is Psilocybin? How is Psilocybin used in therapy? How do you prepare a client for a Psilocybin experience?
In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks with ‘M’ about her work and journey with Psilocybin and plant medicine experiences from a therapist, mental health clinician’s point of view.
How can your body be healed from physical trauma? What does an Ayahuasca ceremony entail? How can body restructuring and medicine work go hand in hand?
In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks with Davi Rhein about his body restructuring work and his experience with Ayahuasca.
What is MDMA protocol? What are some things to know about therapeutic use? How are some ways you can get involved with this type of work?
In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks with Marca Cassity about treating clients with MDMA assisted psychotherapy.
Have you started or are thinking about starting your own private practice? Are you looking to be surrounded by like-minded people who you can bounce ideas off of and learn from? Ready to take your practice to the next level?
In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks about Next Level Practice and takes you behind the scenes in the What’s Working in Private Practice event where he chats with people in the community about niching down, marketing and starting a podcast.
How much do you really know about the importance of timing? Can taking breaks dramatically increase your productivity? What are some actionable steps you can take today to ensure you are making the best use of your time?
In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks with Daniel Pink about his bestsellers, why it’s important to take breaks, how you can optimize your brain by following a few simple steps and beginnings and endings.
How are you able to run your private practice in a time where people are afraid to leave their house because of Coronavirus? Are you looking for a safe way to connect with your clients with a global pandemic on our doorstep? How can online counseling help you expand your practice and service your clients during a time they need it the most?
In this podcast episode, Joe Sanok speaks to Clay Cockrell about online counseling and how you can continue serving your clients by moving your counseling online during these uncertain times brought on by the Coronavirus and beyond.
Before You Go…
- How to Create a Wellness Room to Relieve Anxiety, Stress, and Fear
With the effects of coronavirus directly or indirectly impacting our lives, it appears that many of us will be spending more time at home and indoors. As this may be welcoming for some and unenjoyable for others, it can be an opportunity to develop a routine of self-care for yourself. One way to get inspired to start a self-care routine is to create a Wellness Room or Space for your home/apartment/studio/room, wherever it is, you call home!
- 4 Benefits of Virtual Assistants
A virtual assistant can help free up time in your day to day so that you can focus on growing your business. Here is a list of 4 benefits to working with a virtual assistant.
- Color Palettes for Your Practice
So you’re starting your new practice and are trying to figure out how to decorate. Picking out a comfortable couch, a desk, and a coffee mug might be as far as you’ve gotten. It might not seem like it, but picking out the right colors, shapes and textures have a significant impact on the client experience. The perceptions of the client-therapist rapport have a determining role in the perceived outcome of counseling, so helping our clients feel as comfortable and calm as possible is important.
- Anxiety And The Coronavirus: 3 Tips For A Better Pandemic
If you weren’t already anxious, it seems like maybe the coronavirus could’ve given you a solid push into the anxiety department of your life. Of course, we can’t change that the virus is here nor can we change that the toilet paper is not here, but there are a few things that we could do that might help us get through this in a more calm way. From a calmer place, we have more ability to make hard choices if need be and if that’s not what happens then we will be more able to enjoy what may be a forced sabbatical for some people.
- Handing Over Duties to Your Virtual Assistant
There are many different tasks a virtual assistant can provide for you and it’s important to keep in mind that these will probably not be able to be done by a single person. Virtual assistants tend to have a specific skill set and if you are wanting to hand over a few varied tasks then you may need to hire more than one person.
- Viral Opportunity
In many communities social gatherings are being canceled, schools are being closed, we as communities are being encouraged to stay home. With that, we are finding ourselves feeling isolated and disconnected, especially if you are living alone.
The purpose of my blog today is to share the “opportunities” this presents each one of us to go inside ourselves to heal the most important person in your life YOU.
- Transforming an Office Space For Your Group Practice
Perhaps your group is growing or you are looking for a new space in a different location or a different property owner. You’ve seen an office space in a great location with a good property owner, but the office layout is open or the current configuration isn’t suitable for you, so you cross it off your list.
- 7 Questions to Ask when Starting a Group Practice
There are many things I wish I had done differently, but the decision to start a group practice isn’t one of them. I absolutely love running my group practice. I now have a variety of roles and tasks that I do on a daily basis, and I am definitely never bored or feeling burnt out. However, it was also a LOT more work than I thought it would be. In looking back, I’d like to share some questions with you that may help you make the decision to move to a group practice.
- How to Hire a Virtual Assistant
Whether you want to hire a virtual assistant from a company, find someone on Upwork or hire someone local to you, these are all things to keep in mind when looking at hiring your own virtual assistant for your practice.