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Interview with Mari A. Lee, LMFT, CSAT
Mari is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist and CSAT Supervisor, with a successful fee for service/no insurance practice. As a former business owner and corporate professional, she is passionate about helping therapists and other small business colleagues establish or revamp their therapy practices and businesses. She loves the work she does with therapy clients, and part of that process is having a practice that is invigorating!
What you’ll learn in this podcast
- How to get published: Find out how to publish a counseling book and what percentage authors get.
- Practice Marketing: How to improve private practice marketing to grow a practice
- Something every youth in foster care needs to hear: How to help kids in foster care.
Resources from this podcast
The Creative Clinician E-book: Exercises & Activities for Clients & Group Therapy
Music from the Podcast
Silence is Sexy
Joseph R. Sanok, MA, LLP, LPC, NCC
Joe Sanok is a private practice business consultant and counselor that helps small businesses and counselors in private practice that are starting a private practice. He helps owners with website design, vision, growth, and using their time to create income through being a private practice consultant. Joe was frustrated with his lack of business and marketing skills when he left graduate school. He loved helping people through counseling, but felt that often people couldn’t find him. Over the past few years he has grown his skills, income, and ability to lead others, while still maintaining an active private practice in Traverse City, MI. To link to Joe’s Google+ . Photos by Sharon Mollerus
I have really enjoyed reading your blogs and listening to your podcasts. I have learned a lot from them. I enjoyed Mari’s interview; too bad about the technical problems at the end. I have the book she co-wrote, Facing Heart Break. It is excellent! I plan to get her book for clinicians as soon as I can save the shekels to purchase it. I am trying (desperately) to increase my business, but I am finding that, to some extent, you really do have to have some money to make money. So I am endeavoring to use every little tweak and tidbit I find on your site to move that process along (at its glacial pace). I have great hopes! Thanks for all your energy and effort. Lura
Umm…why wouldn’t you edit this podcast? It was painful to listen to the cutting in and out and the long silences and back and forth towards the end as you’re trying to hear each other. It really makes you look like an amatuer. I think you’ve damaged your brand with this episode. Seriously!
I don’t edit them because I think it makes me more authentic. I figure that if folks want something overly polished, there are others doing that. It’s just not me to over produce something. Also, I think that streamlining my time makes me more money and gives me more time with my family. I don’t mind if it damages my brand.