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This week, Dr. Debra Blaine returns to the show to discuss her latest book. She has appeared on the show twice before (Episode 115 and Episode 231) and returns to announce the release of Beyond the Pillars of Salt and to explain how she published it. Dr. Debra Blaine is a family physician who has been practicing for over 30 years. She began writing…
 
In this week’s solo episode John explains the power found in Mastermind groups. He defines what a mastermind is. And he recounts the history of the development of the Mastermind in 1939 which is attributed to Napoleon Hill, who wrote Think and Grow Rich. John tells of the Mastermind sessions he had as a chief medical officer (CMO) of a community-ba…
 
Dr. Cherisa Sandrow is a Board Certified Family Physician. She received her medical degree from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and practiced family medicine including obstetrics for 15 years. Making the transition to telemedicine in 2015, she pivoted out of her busy office-based practice and created a thriving telemedicine practice, w…
 
Have you ever felt stuck with social media? You don’t know what to post? you feel like you’re always scrambling for ideas… this is the episode for you. *Sorry for the audio quality! I'm gonna make sure the future episodes will be high quality :)* 💖 In Visionary Art Therapists Program you can connect with awesome creative facilitators / art therapis…
 
Make sure you have these things for your online nonclinical art therapy sessions! :) 💖 In Visionary Art Therapists Program you can connect with awesome creative facilitators / art therapists and get support in creating the type of income and online business you want to have in your life. If you’re interested, come join my waitlist. You’ll be the fi…
 
Dr. Laura Clapper is a seasoned C-suite executive with extensive experience applying digital health solutions, providing value-based care, and supporting provider-health plan joint ventures. As a thought leader, she has focused on integrating analytics and disruptive technology into traditional systems, such as integrating digital health and remote…
 
The system that failed art therapists… and what you can do. 💖 In Visionary Art Therapists Program you can connect with awesome creative facilitators / art therapists and get support in creating the type of income and online business you want to have in your life. If you’re interested, come join my waitlist. You’ll be the first to know when doors op…
 
If you’re not an art therapist & you wanna do nonclinical art therapy services, but you’re scared to... listen to this. What you’ll learn in this episode: The fire-in-the-belly kind of message you need to hear ;) What you forgot.. But need to remind yourself everyday to do this work What you are really here for 💖 In Visionary Art Therapists Program…
 
Dr. Peter Angood has led American Association for Physician Leadership (AAPL) since 2011, having previously provided senior leadership for all sizes and types of healthcare organizations. During his career, Angood was the first chief patient safety officer and a vice president for The Joint Commission, senior adviser for patient safety to the Natio…
 
Called a creativity guru, Robin Landa, Distinguished Professor in the Michael Graves College at Kean University, is the author of 25 nonfiction books published by esteemed publishers such as Simon & Schuster. Berrett-Koehler will publish her new book, The New Art of Ideas: Unlock Your Creative Potential in November. Actor Holly Taylor (Manifest; Th…
 
Today, I talk about the 2 simple (but BIG!) things (i.e., tools) that changed my art therapy career and life. What you’ll learn in this episode: How I was introduced the tool of “tapping” My journey in applying this “Law” and finding what truly works for me The success and positive changes happened in my career & life 💖 In Visionary Art Therapists …
 
In this episode, I talk about the fear of being unsuccessful when you’re an art therapist / facilitator. What you’ll learn in this episode: How using imagination is important to release the fear The 1 thing that will eliminate your worry and anxiety around success Focus on THIS to shift how you feel and what you do 💖 In Visionary Art Therapists Pro…
 
Dr. Gretchen Green has been a diagnostic radiologist since 2006. She completed her medical degree at Brown University Medical School. She then completed a residency in diagnostic radiology at Yale University School of Medicine and a Women’s Imaging Fellowship at Harvard Medical School. Gretchen began expert witness work in 2015 and has served as an…
 
Today I want to revisit one of the most popular nonclinical jobs for physicians: Medical Science Liaison. It has been quite a while since I presented a podcast on this topic. So, I want to update you on this popular career option. An MSL serves as an educational and feedback link between a pharmaceutical, biotechnology, or medical device company AN…
 
Dr. Joe Sherman is a physician coach and retreat facilitator helping other physicians find more joy in their lives by escaping burnout and expanding possibilities. Joe is passionate about helping healthcare professionals discover how they can best match “soul to role” as they deliver compassionate care to their patients and clients. He is a consult…
 
Claire Unis majored in creative writing and literature at Dartmouth College, where she wrote for and published a student newspaper. By senior year she had become a regular columnist in the daily school paper. While in medical school at UCSF, she enrolled in the MFA (master in fine arts) program at the U. of San Francisco, where she focused on writi…
 
George Jerjian is the author of Dare to Discover Your Purpose: Retire, Refire, Rewire. Check it out at georgejerjian.com. George retired after being given just six months to live. Thankfully, his diagnosis was wrong. His retirement though was “hellish”. A former financial advisor, George is now on a mission to help retirees create a plan for their …
 
Shelly Bhowmik, MD, MPH, is the founder of Platform Wellness, a practice dedicated to helping people heal from burnout. Her practice is based on the belief that mindset is medicine, a belief she realized through her own journey that began at the edge of a subway platform. Dr. Bhowmik is a double board-certified physician specializing in Preventive …
 
Ron Barshop is a serial entrepreneur with several ventures serving primary care physicians. His podcast Primary Care Cures has been named on top healthcare podcast lists and presents thought leaders and CEOs of models that are fixing primary care and most of what’s broken in healthcare. He has chaired two angel networks in Austin and San Antonio an…
 
I'm sharing the different ways that I was able to make money outside of doing 1:1 art therapy work, when I didn't have a license. This is specifically created for art therapists who are in training and who just graduated, to learn what the options are out there. You can use your art therapy knowledge in creative ways to offer services/products to p…
 
If you're an art therapist or facilitator struggling to show people the benefit and value of art therapy (i.e., your service), then this is the episode for you. What you’ll learn in this episode: 1 thing you DON’T need to do (but often do, which sabotage our efforts to support art therapy) Why you gotta do this in your life to bring about change in…
 
This week, I complete my presentation explaining how to capitalize on nonprofit board membership. There are 5 domains that cover most of those skills. Financial Management Data Management Business Management Leadership Talent Management I described each of them in Episode #254. In this episode, I explain how I used my volunteer experiences to obtai…
 
This radical (but also just simple) idea can change your art therapy business around. Expect to have clients come to you consistently when you do this. What you’ll learn in this episode: The hidden reason why people are liking your post but not booking you How to create MINDBLOWING content How this method challenges the scarcity mindset we often ha…
 
If you want to attract online clients who WANT ART THERAPY specifically, and not counseling, you want to listen to this episode. What you’ll learn in this episode: How you need to do this one thing online to get these clients (and give your all to it) Concrete examples of posts you can create on social media How you can address different types of c…
 
This week we return to a leadership and management topic. One challenge that must be faced when pursuing a nonclinical job, especially if it is a leadership or executive position, is demonstrating that you have the skills needed to be successful in that role. So, we start with that end in mind. Where do we get those skills, if they aren’t picked up…
 
Are you undervaluing your art therapy work/service? What you’ll learn in this episode: How underpricing leads to undervaluing of art therapy service This common thing that a lot of us do actually demonstrates that we don’t believe in art therapy (sneaky thing!) Why this one assumption can lead to earning less and ultimately leaving A LOT of money o…
 
If you’re doing nonclinical work as an therapeutic art facilitator, it can feel hard trying to find those clients who are not “therapy” clients, but also who are not “art class” students. I’m sharing with you how you can find and get online clients if this is the case. What you’ll learn in this episode: The one thing you need to know about your cli…
 
Dr. Anjani Mahabashya completed her medical training in India, then emigrated to the U.S. After participating in several elective experiences, she entered the McLaren Flint Internal Medicine Residency Program in Flint, Michigan. She then began her career as a hospitalist. Her career was suddenly interrupted as the result of a disabling injury in 20…
 
Got 1 or more years of experience as an art therapist or nonclinical facilitator, and you’re wondering what to charge…or whether your current fees are good? Listen in on this hands-on episode. What you’ll learn in this episode: The exact formula you need to apply now to your current pricing How to come up with a number from scratch, that ensures yo…
 
If you’re JUST starting out, how do you price your nonclinical therapeutic art service? Here’s the equation you can use to come up with the perfect number. What you’ll learn in this episode: What pricing is NOT about (avoid these mistakes that are often made) The exact method to use to find your fee (get a pen and paper for this!) How you can incor…
 
In this podcast, John offers a presentation he made to the MidCareer Neonatology Group of the Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Section of the AAP. As intensivists for newborns, they are as prone to burnout as any other hospital-based specialist. During the presentation, we get back to basics by defining a few terms, dispelling some myths, and offering i…
 
Helping you out with the nonclinical art therapist dilemma. What you’ll learn in this episode: Answer to the question - “is non-clinical practice considered art therapy or therapeutic art? The real reason why we have this challenge of demonstrating the difference between art teaching and art therapy Where our identity as an art therapist must be ro…
 
Have you ever thought: If only people knew more about art therapy…? If so, this one is for you. You’ll get to see why it’s okay if people don’t know about art therapy that much. And even… why it might be a blessing in disguise. 🎁 What you’ll learn in this episode: The advantages that come with a rare & unique service like art therapy What this mean…
 
This week, John presents a topic in his Effective Physician Leadership Series. John learned a lot about working in a complex management environment as the chief medical officer for a 300-bed, stand-alone hospital. When reviewing a topic such as this, sometimes it’s fun and instructive to look at it from the perspective of what NOT to do. So, John d…
 
For the social workers, therapists, coaches, clinicians, etc. this one is for you. What you’ll learn in this episode: What “therapeutic art” really means and what it is NOT The legitimacy of nonclinical therapeutic art work Why you don’t need to worry about whether you are “legitimate enough” to help people creatively 💖 In Visionary Art Therapists …
 
Maybe you’re a student right now or you don’t have experience working with clients using art in a direct way. So you’re wondering how can I actually help others and earn a living?? If this is you, listen to this episode. What you’ll learn in this episode: 3 things you need to know to start working & earning income How you actually have experience e…
 
Dr. Rachel Beanland completed her basic medical degree in the United Kingdom at the University of Bristol. A few years later, she completed additional Public Health training at the University of Sheffield. She worked for the NHS until 2014. Then she began her freelance work as an independent public health specialist. In 2019 she founded Resilience …
 
Dr. Carl Peters graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia Medical School. Then he completed his Family Medicine Residency Program at the University of California, Davis. He is board-certified in Family Medicine and Urgent Care Medicine. A Family and Urgent Care physician with 25 years of experience and over 10,000 telemedicine visits, Carl…
 
What if it is possible to increase your prices AND have accessibility? In this episode, I explain how these two things don’t have to be mutually exclusive. What you’ll learn in this episode: What happens when you lower your fee vs. increase your fee How increasing pricing is not just about YOU, it is about serving others too The creative ways you c…
 
Art therapists and art facilitators can create viral content that reaches thousands of people. It’s totally possible, and it’s not rocket science. In this episode, I share my process of intentionally creating viral content to reach a lot of new people through Instagram. What you’ll learn in this episode: The unexpected approach I take in creating v…
 
In 2014, Dr. Abeyna Bubbers-Jones was an NHS Urology Specialist Trainee working in Blackburn (in northern England). Having graduated from medicine at the age of 22 at Nottingham, she worked for several years as a surgical trainee in the NHS. But she was yearning for something more. She moved to South Africa and worked as a trauma surgeon for nearly…
 
Lynn Marie is a Mayo Clinic-trained physician, attorney, and former adjunct law professor. Dr. Morski spent nine years as a physician at the Veterans Administration. She is the President of the Psychedelic Medicine Association, the founder of PlantMedicine.org, host of the Psychedelic Medicine Podcast, and medical director for WayofLeaf.com and Nue…
 
Dr. Chelsea Turgeon completed her medical education at the University of Alabama School of Medicine. During year two of her OB/GYN residency, she realized clinical medicine was not a sustainable career choice. She resigned from residency, bought a one-way ticket to South Korea, and never looked back. Now, she has built a successful online coaching …
 
In this episode, John walks through the specifics of four unique nonclinical jobs that he has encountered during the past few years. For those who aren't looking for a traditional nonclinical career (in hospital management, pharma, medical writing, consulting, etc.) this is for you. You'll find all of these unique jobs and something to consider. Ea…
 
Feeling like clients are not coming to you? This episode will help you uncover what’s going on that could be affecting how many clients you are attracting to your business. What you’ll learn in this episode: Why just posting your promotions doesn’t really cut it What we often forget to do that actually makes a HUGE difference in attracting art ther…
 
If you hate social media but you know you need it for your business… it can be hard! 😵 That’s why in this episode I’m going in-depth on why we feel this way and what we can do about it. There IS a way to feel good about social media and enjoy being there while benefiting from the community you build :) What you’ll learn in this episode: The 5 big r…
 
Dr. Andrew Wilner is a board-certified internist, neurologist, and epilepsy specialist. He is also a lifelong writer and has written many books and articles, covering both clinical and nonclinical subject matter. He found early in his professional career that locum tenens were the perfect solution to achieve work-life balance as a physician and wri…
 
What if you feel “icky” and feel like a “salesperson” when you try to promote your art therapy services? And what if you want to promote in an ethical way? This is the episode you need to feel more at ease, comfortable, & aligned when you promote your services. What you’ll learn in this episode: Why so many of us feel like it’s wrong and unethical …
 
Dr. Simon Maltais is an active cardiac surgeon in one of the world’s largest healthcare services institutions. He is an internationally recognized leader in the field of heart failure and alternative cardiac interventions. He is also a keynote speaker, has published more than 160 articles, and contributed to numerous books. As a board-certified sur…
 
As an art therapist…ever doubt if people can actually make a living doing this work? Have you ever heard someone say you need a rich husband to do this work? 😵😱 Well, this episode is for you. What you’ll learn in this episode: Why not all paths inside the art therapy field are created equal How you CAN earn a great living as an art therapist, doing…
 
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