Running a successful private practice can be increasing difficult in today’s competitive environment, especially as some practitioners begin to embrace technology and social media. Should therapists tweet? How can therapists manage their professional persona on Facebook or other social networks? What should you do if a client contacts you through Facebook or email?
In short, how can you stay on top of all of these practice trends?
Well, good news — that’s what the Private Practice Toolbox is intended to help with. Led by one of our Ask the Therapists, Julie Hanks, MSW, LCSW, BCD. Julie is a graduate from the University of Utah’s Master of Social Work program in 1995, Ms. Hanks is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Board Certified Diplomate in Clinical Social Work (BCD), and is Board Certified in Practice with Children and their Families. You can learn more about Julie here.
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From Psych Central's World of Psychology:
Introducing the Private Practice Toolbox | World of Psychology (August 4, 2011)
Last reviewed: 29 Jul 2011