Monthly Up to Date Coaching Subscription
$50.00 a month to receive 2 videos a month from the 2018-2019 subscription year (topics listed below) and one new video each month for a year starting in December 2019
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Yearly Up to Date Coaching Subscription
$550.00 a year for immediate access to 24 videos from the 2018-2019 subscription year (topics listed below) and one new video each month for a year starting in December 2019
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Included in this subscription:
- At the end of the day, what makes it a Win if all else fails?
- Business books that helped me focus on ownership
- Accountability with monthly reports
- Yearly report to evaluate the previous year
For Your Practice:
- Where to get new clients for yourself and your Interns/Associates?
- Wondering how our practice handles FMLA, Disability, Releases and Costs of Calls/Forms/Summaries, not specializing in high conflict custody situations, and personal records requests?
- Malpractice Insurance/Disability Insurance/Estate Planning
- Taxes and Budgeting
- Insurance or Self Pay? Wondering why everyone needs CAQH and NPI numbers?
- Intake Paperwork
- Release for Minor and Adult
- Policies and Procedures
- Privacy Practices
- First Appointment Checklist
- Symptom Checklist for Child, Teen, and Adults
- Foster Care and Adoption Background
- Insurance coding guide
- Insurance Contract Rates
- Steps to get contracted with insurance
- How to contract a new provider with your group practice
- Consent to Release PHI for a Minor and Adult
- Request to Disclose PHI to Parents of a Minor or Adult Client
For Others Teaming With You:
- Our Practice Handbook for 2020
- Hiring process and questions to ask counselors and administrative staff
- Employees or Contractors?
- Background checks
- Having crucial conversations with others
- Remediation Plans
- Informal Questions for Administrative Staff and Counselors: Off-Site Supervisee, Intern/Associate, Play Intern, and Fully Licensed
Included in this video: traits to determine who to choose as supervisees, activities I use when building a relationship with supervisees, and proposed changes to the LPC Rules
October Private Practice
Included in this video: anticipating the future, evaluating growth, principles to apply from the Integrity book, time management, and goals as an owner.
Included in this video: proposed LPC rule changes applied to supervision, when to end a supervision relationship, and common mistakes to avoid with paperwork and the boards.
November Private Practice
Included in this video: principles to apply from Culture Wins book, being selective of who you surround yourself with, saving money by hiring well (CCFAM hiring processes and employment contract), and standing out from practices around you.
Included in this video: proposed changes to the LMFT rules applied to supervision and why using video in supervision should be a priority.
December Private Practice
Included in this video: employees vs. contractors, principles from Seth Godin/Simon Sinek podcast, and the benefit of meetings with those around you.
Included in this video: marketing strategies for Interns and practices, opportunities for supervisees, and when to include training before exposure to clients.
January Private Practice
Included in this video: 2018 evaluation of year form to prepare for 2019, development days, what to include in a monthly report to recognize needs in your practice, and a CEU day.
Included in this video: Focusing on how and what to do for your Interns/Associates to develop referral sources as well as your practice. I also discuss opportunities to consider giving them to learn and grow.
February Private Practice
Included in this video: How you schedule your time as an owner and development days. I also talk about the goal I had set for the practice in 2018. Idea of being a CEU provider for your practice or for a small group of people who meet regularly.
Included in this video: Taxes when you are self-employed, software for business expenses, when to pay taxes when you are self-employed, and helpful tools that can help you in budgeting for the year. I also discuss PCI compliance and HIPAA compliance for your practice.
Included in this video: Why to avoid having children in the room who are not the client, LPC/LMFT board updates, and considering what will happen with the practice if something happens to you.
Included in this video: Initial steps and costs in starting a private practice, what to avoid in starting a private practice and what steps to take to get started with insurance panels. I also cover percentages to consider paying other counselors who join you in a private practice.
Included in this video: Situations we have encountered recently in working with adolescents, telehealth supervision, and more changes to the LPC/LMFT Board Rules in regards to supervision
April Private Practice
Included in this video: Books that were influential for me as an owner and things to consider when owning a practice: malpractice insurance, slip and fall coverage for the premises, disability insurance, life insurance, and estate planning. I also cover insurance coding for In or Out of Network claims, changes with United insurance, and telehealth trainings to consider if you offer telehealth supervision or counseling sessions.
This video covers new LMFT logs and activities, navigating board situations including a DWI, what to pay a supervisee, informal interview questions for coaching participants, contractors vs. employee for an Intern, and how to handle emergency situations when you are out of the office.
May Private Practice
This video covers when NPI changes are needed, ideas for building community with other professionals and why, and personal reminders of how to best meet the needs of our clients.
Included in this video: New LMFT Rule Changes, updates on our trainings, a real-life hour long supervision with Dr. Johnson, and boundaries in supervision.
June Private Practice
Included in this video: Dr. Johnson shares her monthly template she uses, a new adventure into marketing, supporting those around you, and taking each opportunity that leads to the next step.
Included in this video: Dr. Johnson shares new concerns due to the IRS investigating practices who have Interns and Associates operating under a Contractor status. Background checks are discussed along with what should be included in a thorough background check. Dr. Johnson shares an application that will allow you to make set up posts ahead of time for platforms at the same time, including LinkedIn and Facebook. Reminders from Dr. Johnson’s own learnings of leaning into hard conversations to deal with things quickly.Trainings to look for this fall from Dr. Johnson and coaching participants: a Telehealth Training and an upcoming training to prepare counselors when we are subpoenaed into court situations.
July Private Practice
Included in this video: Through a personal business experience, Dr. Johnson answers the question if all else fails what a “win” is at the end of the day in her practice. How do we use trials in business as opportunities to help us persevere in our mission and purpose?
Included in this video: Decisions and experiences in supervision along with using activities in supervision to expose supervises to new populations, reminders of providing opportunities for current supervisees to help them grow in learning and build relationships in the field, and how to build a network of connections with professionals in the field.
August Private Practice
Included in this video: Handling requests by clients in private practice, when to know if you need a manual and how to handle FMLA and disability paperwork, how to handle divorced parents with conflict, deciding when your practice isn’t the right fit for certain clients, the value of a retreat and building community with your staff, and the decades of life and next steps as a business owner with a Vision Frame in mind.
September Private Practice
Included in this video: Creative ways to develop and give continuing education with colleagues, positive and negative of remediation plans with employees and when it’s time for the relationship to end, the goal of bringing others on board with you at your practice and how to find employees, reading the small print with malpractice policies, and who to seek out for consultations for complaints and court issues.