Episode 46. When You’re the One Whose Name is On the Door: The Role of Leadership in Private Practice.

No one tells you this, but your ability to take on the energy of leadership is *critical* to an effective private practice.

You simply can not be a passive participant - not when you’re the one whose name is on the door.

So let’s talk about that.

In today’s episode, we’ll explore three of the most important areas where leadership is called for. Among other things, you’ll learn:

  1. What it means to be ‘at cause’ in your business (and why this matters).
  2. Why the ability to recognize, ask for and get what you need is in itself an act of leadership.
  3. What it means to act and think like a CEO.

And more.

You may not think of yourself as a leader in any way; I get that. But if you’re serious about running a successful private practice, that, too, is a skill you’ll have to get comfortable with. And you will, I’m sure of it.

Here’s to your learning! :)

P.S. “Okay Wendy - so that was interesting…. If that’s what you find yourself saying as you listen, would you please share a little love with a 5 star review and a few words over on Apple Podcasts or Spotify? Thank you!





I’d like to add a new feature to the podcast soon, and it could include you! Interested?

It's called "Coaching Over Coffee", where one of our listeners is invited to be on the program, sharing a particular issue from their practice they’d like to get some help with. I’ll provide live coaching, which we'll then edit and share on the podcast.

This is a great way to get some help for your practice, get your work in front of more people, and inspire your peers at the same time!

If you'd like to be considered, just click here to complete the short, simple application, and I'll get right back to you.

Wendy Pitts Reeves, LCSW
Host, Ideal Practice
Private Practice Coach and Mentor

[email protected]


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