Practice of the Practice Podcast Network

A family of podcasts that change the world.

Self-Improvement Podcasts

 


A community dedicated to understanding the relationship between work, wealth, & well-being…and to living a life informed by this understanding.


Kathryn Ely helps women in midlife become aware of their limiting self-beliefs, discover what they really want the next part of their lives to be about, & take the actions to get them there.


The Beta Male Revolution Podcast – brought to you by Billy & Brandy Elridge – is a podcast for the modern man who doesn’t want to be that asshole, & the women who love them. The podcast explores how to become a better man through unique masculinity, delving into men’s issues, & learning new ways to live.


Veronica Cisneros teaches confidence, connection, & balance to women who feel defeated in their lives. This podcast aims to help struggling mothers break free from perfectionism & embrace their true authentic self.


Where fitness isn’t a fad, it’s a lifestyle. Melissa Vogel speaks into health, wellness, fitness & women’s struggles, including: self-esteem, self-love, parenting, & relationships. The Bomb Mom Podcast is about more than just fitness, it ties all aspects of wellness – food, family, relationships – together.


Do you need a sounding board to help you through divorce? If you’re inundated with divorce advice and aren’t sure how to sift through the good, the bad, and the ugly, tune into the After the First Marriage podcast. Psychologist Susan Orenstein, Ph.D., offers practical insights on how to handle common divorce challenges such as communicating with your ex, co-parenting, and deciding to date again.


In the Full of Shift podcast, Kate Kneifel explores what works with behavior change. We break down exactly where people get stuck and highlight specific ways to move forward. Here’s a fun fact: What you need is almost always smaller and easier than you think. Shifting behaviors in your life doesn’t have to feel like a never ending shame spiral of “What’s my problem?” Gain confidence and momentum by experimenting with easy action items that will shift you in a new direction.


We’re a family that was ready to leave our comfortable life to find something exciting. We’re traveling the country and quarantining in nature instead of our home. Joe’s a podcaster and writer (Harper Collins), Christina’s an Occupational Therapist who specialised in outdoor recreation, turned play-at-home mom and we are parents to 2 wonderful little girls, Lucia and Laken.The Leave to Find Podcast is a family adventure podcast about travel, RV life, and road schooling. Join us on our journey!


The Behind the Bite podcast, with Cristina Castagnini, is a place where a real doctor – who really recovered from an eating disorder – talks about your real struggles with food, body image, and weight. It’s straight talk from the professional and personal perspective.


The Impact Driven Leader Podcast, hosted by Tyler Dickerhoof, is for Xillennial leaders who have felt alone and ill-equipped to lead in today’s world. Through inspiring interviews with authors from around the world, Tyler uncovers how unique leadership strengths can empower others to achieve so much more, with real impact.


The Faith Fringes Podcast, hosted by Dawn Gabriel, is for anyone who has ever – or who is currently – questioning their connection with God. Do you find yourself wondering if what you believe is true, asking how a loving God can let bad things happen to good people, or questioning how you’re ‘supposed’ to experience God in everyday life? As a Group Practice Owner, Consultant, wife, boy mom, and Podcaster, Dawn believes that you can – and will – experience God in so many unexpected ways.


So you’ve been told that you’re “too sensitive”, and perhaps you replay situations in your head, wondering if you said something wrong? You’re also not the only one asking yourself, “am I ok?” Lisa Lewis is here to tell you, “It’s totally ok to feel this way.” On the, Am I Ok? Podcast, Lisa shares practical tips and advice you can easily apply to your own life.

 

Business Podcasts

 


Joe Sanok covers everything it takes to make your service-based private practice more awesome. It’s what you wish you had learned in graduate school. Learn killer ways to grow your referrals, save tons of money, & have some fun along the way.


Every business day, discover how to become a consultant. Joe Sanok interviews one consultant for a week, all around how to grow a consulting specialty, how to grow a consulting audience, & how to grow a consulting income.


Whitney Owens is a licensed professional counselor and owns a growing group practice in Savannah, Georgia. Along with a wealth of experience managing a practice, Whitney has an extensive history working in a variety of clinical and religious settings, allowing her to specialize in consulting for faith-based practices and those wanting to connect with religious organizations.


With over 5 years experience in both design & marketing, Samantha Carvalho has helped over 100 therapist entrepreneurs take their practices to the next level by enhancing their visual branding. The Marketing a Practice Podcast is all about the importance of great design when marketing your practice.


Jeremy Zug is a partner & co-founder of Practice Solutions, LLC, a billing company for private practice owners. He understands the insurance world, knows how to scale a business, & how to manage growth from an objective perspective.


Alison Pidgeon is a group practice owner with 12 providers in Lancaster, PA. She has helped over 70 therapist entrepreneurs start & grow their businesses. The Group Practice Podcast is for practice owners who value their time & flexible schedule, but struggle with knowing how to get their time back.


The Holistic Counseling Podcast, hosted by Chris McDonald, a Licensed Professional Counselor, inspires mental health therapists to explore treatment options outside the realm of traditional therapy. Yes, Chris knows all about the stigmas attached to holistic therapy, yet she also knows how the client benefits far outweigh the looks, what-ifs, and worries about what people will think of you as a Mental Health Professional.