"Lead with your heart,
and don’t let fear get in the way."

Wendy Pitts Reeves

3 Steps to Setting Your Ideal Hourly Rate (Free Download)

If you’re at all like me, and most of my peeps, numbers are not always your friend. Just the word "math" takes us back to school, and all...

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3 Ways To Give Back (Without Giving It All Away)

I’ll get straight to it: you have a good heart.

I know you didn’t get in to this work for the money. If you’re anything...

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Time for a Raise? (Free Download)

I’ve got a few questions for you this week, Friend:

- Do you feel like your caseload’s getting bigger — but your ...

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The Biggest Mistake in Pricing Your Services

It’s a BEAUTIFUL day here where I am, and that just makes me happy. And for another, I think some of you could use a little boost, because...

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How to Avoid That Awkward Conversation When You Don't Accept Insurance

Do you ever have a little internal freak-out when a potential client asks if you accept their insurance?

If you’re anything like a lot of my...

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How to Help Your Clients Hire the Right Help

One of the biggest problems your potential clients have is one they probably don’t even tell you; that is,  knowing who to...

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How to Get More Clients You Actually WANT

Do you actually need clients?

Or is it more that you need the right KIND of clients?

From what I’m hearing, those of you in the mental...

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3 Tips for Handling a Referral You DON'T Want

We all want referrals, right? And we have a responsibility to help those who need our services. Absolutely.

But does that mean we are obligated to...

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Healing the Healers: How Guilt Free Scheduling Can Help You Shift from Self Sabotage to Self Care

Do you feel like all you ever do is work?

If your practice is full, you could be seeing anywhere from 25-35 clients a week. And if you’re like...

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Our Love-Hate Relationship with Money (And How That Holds Us Back)

I don't know about you, but I didn't become a clinical social worker because I wanted to or expected to make a lot of money.


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