Start A Therapy Practice Podcast

Andy Dalziell (Pronounced Dee-EL) is a Neuro-Developmental therapist in Scotland who has had a brick and mortar practice since 2002. Andy specializes in providing specific home-based intervention programs for infants, children, adolescents and adults who have learning and/or behavioral difficulties, developmental delay or individuals who are under-achieving.

 

Andy has an eclectic practice and an exciting project in the area of movement. He calls this project “Better Movers and Thinkers” BMT.  This system was implemented by Andy with Olympians and Football players to train their minds and bodies for improved performance. He is now implementing this system in classrooms internationally.

 

Andy also likes to do on site practice and training at different facilities throughout England in Europe and Dubai. When I talked to Andy for this podcast he was fresh off a plane back from Dubai for a training that he had taught.

 

Here is what you will learn:

How he markets his practice.

Where most of his referrals come from

Andy’s other revenue stream.

What National Sport Named Andy a Movement Consultant for their team

The positive and negative affects of private practice on his family

The one thing that comes before money

Direct download: 023_Andy_Diezel.mp3
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Jo has been doing therapy for 20 years and has had her own private practice since 2008 in Sydney, Australia.

She is also a counselor and career development consultant.  Jo founded a consulting practice in 2009 to help other therapists in private practice.  Her energy is infectious, and she has a great message about private practice.

 Jo started her clinic by taking the hardest cases and the most involved clients.  Then, put simply, she gave superb service and got results. Her referrals grew from word of mouth, and she soon had a waiting list.

 

Here is what you will learn:

  • The number one barrier for therapists who are just considering starting a private practice

  • What pushed her over the edge to begin a private practice

  • Why she doesn’t take or play the private insurance game

  • What she considers when hiring therapists for her clinic

  • What to put on your practice website

  • Her take on treating clients all day, everyday

  • How she helped implement an energy management training system that a corporation bought for $12,000

And so much more…

Direct download: 022_Joe_Muirhead.mp3
Category:Business -- posted at: 4:46pm CST

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