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Best Zynnyme podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Zynnyme podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Kelly Higdon and Miranda Palmer bring Master's Degrees in Psychology to real-world hands-on small business startup experience. They believe in bootstrapping, DIY, and creating a work/life balance that allows you to have a healthy, full life while you do it! If you are passionate about health and wellness and want to make a living doing what you love- this is the podcast for you. Kelly + Miranda are two trained psychotherapists who not only grew successful private practices that weren't depen ...
 
Selling the Couch is the #1 podcast for aspiring, new, and current mental health private practitioners. Psychologist Melvin Varghese interviews successful therapists about the business side of private practice (e.g., how they get referrals, their best tips and strategies, and their daily habits, etc.) as well as the world's top business, marketing, and social media experts. What you get are bite sized and highly actionable tips to guide your private practice and entrepreneurial journey. Star ...
 
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Yolanda and Shamon join us from a private pay group counseling practice in Florida to share their growth story. They share a little bit of the story of a private practice that was taking over life on nights and weekends to one that has boundaries, has a clear vision, and is successful.By Kelly Higdon and Miranda Palmer | ZynnyMe
 
With today’s technology, most people rely on online reviews when it comes to products, services, restaurants, hotels, and much more. When it comes to clinicians and clients, online reviews can reveal a lot, but is that a good thing? Do people mainly leave online reviews when they are upset or dissatisfied with the service they have received? Join u…
 
Many clinicians think about creating online courses, and some may even feel pressured to take this step. Online courses are sometimes portrayed as the “golden egg” for clinicians and the pinnacle of achievement. While this is certainly a product with much potential, the key is in balancing online courses with the other aspects of your practice whil…
 
Welcome to the first episode of 2020! It’s been nice to have some extra time for rest and family time around the holidays, but now I’m ready to get going again with wonderful guests and helpful episodes as we step into a new year. Curt Widhalm, LMFT, is a friend based in Los Angeles. He works with high-achieving teens in his practice. I wanted Curt…
 
Do you “have it all together” when it comes to your business finances? My hat’s off to you if you do, but for most of us, the painful truth is that any business journey comes with its own set of challenges and lessons, some of which must be learned the hard way. Like many of you, I like to pretend that I have it all together, but today’s show is al…
 
We sit down to chat with Robyn D'Angelo, LMFT, about her experience with bootcamp. Robyn is a the founder of The Happy Couple Experts. You can learn more about her here: www.thehappycoupleexpert.com. Learn more about bootcamp here: https://bschoolbootcamp.com/aboutBy Kelly Higdon and Miranda Palmer | ZynnyMe
 
Today’s guest is Debra Roberts, LCSW, who is in private practice specializing in relationship therapy. Our topic today is one that many clinicians have probably pondered at one time or another. We’re discussing how to take our clinical expertise and turn it into some kind of digital product that extends far beyond the therapy room. Over 20+ years i…
 
We sit down to chat with Erika about her experience with bootcamp. Erika is a licensed clinical psychologist based in Miami. You can learn more about her here: https://www.envisionwellness.co/.By Kelly Higdon and Miranda Palmer | ZynnyMe
 
We sit down to chat with Yolanda Harper about her experience with bootcamp. Yolanda is a psychotherapist in FL and owner of Harper Therapy. You can learn more about her here: www.harpertherapy.comBy Kelly Higdon and Miranda Palmer | ZynnyMe
 
When you’ve talked with as many people as I have, you tend to learn a lot of lessons and gain great insights into what it takes to build a successful private practice. Today’s show is a solo episode inspired by a presentation I did recently. We are focusing on three lessons I’ve learned, along with key takeaways and the biggest mistake for each les…
 
Welcome to this solo episode! I’m talking today about all the things I thought I knew about podcasting that turned out NOT to be true. I want to help you avoid these mistakes if you’re considering embarking on your own podcasting journey. My podcasting journey spans almost 2-1/2 years now, which is still hard for me to believe. So, here we go; let’…
 
Welcome! Can you build a private pay counseling private practice in this day and age? That is the question that therapist and business coach Keri Nola and I explore in Session 4 of the Selling the Couch podcast. www.sellingthecouch.com/session216By Melvin Varghese
 
Today’s guest is Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, a psychologist in private practice in Decatur, GA. She is the creator of the website, blog, and podcast, Therapy for Black Girls. Her practice mainly focuses on African-American women who have gone through breakups. Dr. Joy and I are discussing how she has built this therapy and brand, and how she developed…
 
Where do your ideal clients hang out? Who are the people and organizations that are serving them? These are questions you should answer as you consider narrowing your focus and attracting your ideal clients. Today’s show dives into the practical steps you can take to accomplish these important goals. Keri Nola is a dear friend who has been on the s…
 
Today’s podcast is a solo episode about My Struggle with Chasing the Shiny Objects in Business. I’ve experienced this struggle as I’ve built STC and gone through the challenges of entrepreneurship. My desire is to encourage all of you by being transparent about this issue. You can read the full show notes at www.sellingthecouch.com/session213…
 
Welcome to the final episode of 2019! I try to be intentional about the mindful breaks I take to keep myself refreshed and focus on producing quality content for STC. The plan is for the show to return in January with helpful and informative content for you. Today’s episode is a very personal topic of dealing with depression and anxiety, which has …
 
Today’s topic is a new one for the podcast. We’ve never tackled the subject of religious abuse before, even though it pops up in news stories frequently. Building a private practice around working with this population may not be anything you’ve ever imagined, but you’ll hear from someone who is doing it successfully. Connie Baker is a Licensed Prof…
 
Today’s topic is one that brings fear into the hearts of many: giving a presentation. Although many clinicians aspire to speak in front of peers on the topics with which we have the most passion, there is still the immense fear of those public speaking moments. How do we balance out that fear to impart the knowledge we want to give? We’re covering …
 
Today’s show covers a topic that we’ve dealt with before, but I wanted to take a deeper dive into Immigration Hardship Evaluations. Let’s learn more together with today’s guest! Juan Santos is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Greensboro, NC. He’s here to talk about what he has learned about these evaluations and how to conduct, market, and char…
 
Have you heard much about “sales funnels”? If you have, the phrase might have conjured up visions of slick and slimy marketing schemes that haven’t left you with a positive feeling. Today’s show is all about building a funnel in an ethical way, along with things to think about regarding using funnels to grow your business--without the slick and sli…
 
Today’s show is a solo episode inspired by a recent roundtable that I led with some local therapists here in the Philadelphia area. A question came up that I’m asked often: “How do I know when I’m ready to launch a podcast?” There is no set time that’s right for everyone, but there are several factors to consider. That’s where today’s discussion ta…
 
Today’s show is full of very practical tips that I hope will be helpful to you. We are talking about the nuances of building a sustainable practice with someone who has a wealth of knowledge. Laura Northrup is a Marriage and Family Therapist in Oakland, CA. She’s here to discuss a wide range of topics, including the biggest factors to consider befo…
 
Today’s topic is one that I’m excited to share with you. We are discussing using a combination of blogging and Pinterest to explode our website traffic. There is so much for us to learn! Daniel Fava is a previous guest on the show, and he’s become a good friend on whom I rely for input about website strategy and marketing. Many of us, as therapists…
 
Welcome to a new season of STC! During the time off, I focused on rest, self-care, and family. I also spent time working on the STC Directory, trying to bring improvements that will benefit all of us. Today’s conversation is a relevant topic for every business owner. We’re discussing how to optimize your business in light of your tax situation. Oph…
 
As we wrap up this season, it’s a good time to evaluate where we are in our businesses. I thought it would be good to talk about how I structure my days and weeks to maximize productivity, focus on self-care, and stay intentional about working ON my business and not IN it. As a self-proclaimed productivity nerd, I’ve learned these things through tr…
 
How is your sleep? Sleep is a vitally important part of our lives that is often overlooked. We don’t usually think about the ways we cheat ourselves out of good sleep and how the quality of our sleep impacts every part of our day. Today’s show focuses on sleep as it relates to private practitioners and small business owners. Let’s explore how we ca…
 
As clinicians, we often think about creative outlets for our messages of hope and healing. One of those that you might not have considered is creating a conference. It may sound like an overwhelming task, but it’s one that can be effective and fulfilling. Let’s discuss it in today’s show! Mercedes Samudio, LCSW, does a lot of good work around all t…
 
I can’t believe it’s here----Episode 200! I’m thrilled to have made it this far in my journey and to have so many of you along with me. Podcasting has made me more confident as a person and a speaker, and I’m thankful for the ways I’ve grown on this path. Today’s topic is one I’m very passionate about, and you’ve heard it mentioned many times on th…
 
I never thought I’d have to do an episode like this one, but unfortunate events have brought me face-to-face with reality. One of my team members, Karen, was diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer earlier this year. Although she was undergoing chemo and radiation, she passed away a few weeks ago. Karen was an important part of the STC team who…
 
Today’s topic is one that I’m very passionate about, and I’m finding more and more clinicians who are making lifestyle changes and getting on board with self-care. Specifically, today’s show covers how we make self-care a regular and necessary part of our lifestyle. Lanie Smith is an integrative art therapist who is the perfect person with whom to …
 
Today’s show covers a topic that is very important to clinicians, but it’s one that we don’t often talk about. We’re focusing on how we survive the day-to-day grind of private practice both as clinicians and business owners. I think the best way to face these struggles is to talk about them with colleagues and realize that we aren’t alone in whatev…
 
Today’s show is a little different than normal. We’re highlighting the first online marketplace exclusively for mental health professionals to buy and sell their original products. We’re talking to one of the founders of Practikat about her journey--and how this platform might be just what you’re looking for! Katie Englert has a group practice in P…
 
In today’s solo episode, I’m sharing a book that has stood out in my life and might be helpful to you. Reading books about leadership and business is a cost-effective way to expand my knowledge and improve myself. I’ve set monthly reading goals for myself, and my Audible subscription has been a huge help in reaching those goals. See the Resources s…
 
The concept of “niching down” in your private practice is one we frequently discuss on STC. With that discussion come the questions about being specific enough---or maybe too specific. Is there such a thing? Today’s conversation is with someone who has wisdom to share from her own practice journey, which includes building a practice focused on trea…
 
It’s always interesting to learn how clinicians bring themselves into alignment with their deeper purpose and values. When this happens, the clinician will feel greater satisfaction and fulfillment in the work they do. Today’s show is another that focuses on ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Training) as we talk to today’s guest about his experience a…
 
Being a private practice owner and running your own business can be a daunting process with many things to learn. We are diving into the nuances of entrepreneurship today with someone willing to take the risk of failure and learn the lessons there. Lee-Chaix McDonough, LCSW, is here to discuss the mindset required to be a private practice owner and…
 
Joe from Practice of the Practice shares the power of community for therapists as they grow their private practice. Joe from Practice of the Practice is the creator of Killin’ It Camp, a community for therapists that meets in rockies of CO.By Kelly Higdon/ Joe
 
It’s a new season for Selling the Couch, and I’m excited to be back after a few weeks off! We have a cool topic to discuss today, and it’s one we see frequent questions about in the STC Community. We’re discussing how to use G Suite as a tool for managing a private practice. Join us to learn more! Gordon Brewer, LMFT, is based in Kingsport, TN. He …
 
Mercedes, LCSW, founder of the Diversity in Parenting Podcast shares how her two passions are coming together to help private practice owners to improve outcomes in their sessions with the diverse clients they are seeing.By Kelly + Miranda / Mercedes, LCSW
 
Interview with Kimberly, owner of Seattle Therapy Group and co-owner of Practicery sharing her twisty turny journey to creating a successful group practice, multiple income streams, and out of the box therapy services. Kimberly is a therapist in WA and owner of Seattle Therapy Group and co-owner of Practicery. You can learn more about her here http…
 
Hilary shares how she has built a psychology practice two days a week bringing all of her interests together into one practice. Hilary is a psychologist who specializes in perinatal health. You can find out more about her at https://www.hilarymandzik.com/By Miranda Palmer/ Hilary
 
Yolanda and Miranda talk about building a practice and utilizing bootcamp from an introvert’s perspective. Yolanda is a psychotherapist in FL and owner of Harper Therapy. You can learn more about her here: www.harpertherapy.comBy Miranda Palmer / Yolanda
 
Dr. Abi shares her experience of building a private practice while using the Business School Bootcamp to adjust to her business as life shifted. Dr. Abi is a Psychologist in San Diego has built a speciality practice that serves the queer community. You can find out more about her at https://www.wavespsych.com…
 
Kayce is a LPC in Wake Forest, specializing in working with new mothers. She gets honest and real about her path to success in private practice and what helped her get there, why she dropped insurance panels, and what helped her feel confident in making the shift. Kayce, LPC works with women post-partum. You check her out at https://www.kaycehodosl…
 
Nicol creator of Therapist Court Prep shares her experience of building 3 businesses while in business school bootcamp. Nicol, LCSW is an expert witness, runs a non-profit Kid’s Court and is the creator of Therapist Court Prep.By Miranda Palmer/ Nicol
 
Charlotte, LCSW went into private practice because she knew it was what she wanted to do all alone. She shares how she built her equine therapy practice while leaving her agency work behind. Charlotte shares how she built a private practice with equine assisted therapy as her second career.By Miranda Palmer / Charlotte
 
We need a paradigm shift in private practice. Over 1000 searches per month for burnout in psychology, 880 for burnout in social work, our profession is suffering, and it isn’t ok! In part 5 of this 5-part private practice challenge we will help bring everything together and see how all of these 4 parts come together to build a private practice that…
 
A lot of courses focus on marketing. It’s one of the first things we jump to when we think about our practices - how to get clients in the door. But you notice how we didn’t start with marketing? You notice how we wanted you to get clear on what services you provide and WHO you want to serve? That’s because in this training we are going to talking …
 
This episode features . . . .you! Nineteen of our listeners took the time to record their tips for getting referrals, which just happens to be the most-asked question for clinicians. This episode is bittersweet for me because it’s the last one of this season. I’m taking some time off to focus on being a husband and daddy and to take some much-neede…
 
Now it’s time to dig a little deeper. This training is focused on NICHE. Why do we say dig deeper? It takes a lot of reflection and honesty to niche well. It takes bravery too! Whether you are solo in practice or have a group practice with a ton of clinicians, niche plays a pivotal role in client outcomes and we can’t wait to show you how. Our next…
 
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