Overcoming Limiting Beliefs with Kindall Tyson, LPC-S | GP 184

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What are the dreams that you have for your business? Have you ever wanted to work internationally? What is holding you back, and how can you change that to make yourself free and ready to pursue this dream?

In this podcast episode, LaToya Smith speaks about overcoming limiting beliefs with Kindall Tyson, LPC-S.

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Meet Kindall Tyson

A photo of Kindall Tyson is captured. She is a psychotherapist and the CEO of Aspire Counseling. Kindall is featured on Grow a Group, a therapist podcast.

Kindall Tyson, a native Texan, is a licensed psychotherapist, CEO, and clinical supervisor for Aspire Counseling & Wellness Center, PLLC. She has been operating an international private therapy and consulting practice since 2016, and she is passionate about providing ethical, culturally responsive, and empathetic care and support to individuals, groups, and organizations seeking to embark on their transformative journey.

Kindall has been working internationally In Beijing, China since 2018. She aspires to continue connecting with diverse communities globally, helping to break the stigma of mental illness while also promoting the importance of supportive communities and holistic mental health and wellness.

Visit Aspire Counselling and connect on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn.

In This Podcast

  • Running an international practice
  • Learn to let go
  • Overcome the limiting beliefs

Running an international practice

  • Clearly in confidentiality stating the state that you are licensed in and the nature of the internationality of the practice
  • Being organized with the paperwork to a T and routine-oriented with an EHR
  • Enjoying creativity in interacting with the audiences that you reach

It’s just given me an opportunity to be a lot more creative as I am building this practice internationally and now, I’m at a point where I want to hire more people so that I can scale my income and still do the things that I love to do.

Kindall Tyson

Kindall offers support groups in Beijing while seeing clients one-on-one virtually back in her licensed state. Her work varies but the therapy clients that she has remain in Texas.

Learn to let go

As your practice grows, you will need to step away from things that you used to do to make space for what you should start doing to maintain that progress.

At some point, you will need to hire an assistant or a social media manager, or someone to take over some of the smaller tasks that you have been doing – because you had to – but now need to let go so that you can be the CEO.

It’s been a mindset shift for me to recognize that I don’t have to have my hand in all the pots. Now, I have to know what all the pots are and that they’re working well … that’s been the lesson for me, is that I don’t have to be in control of everything.

Kindall Tyson

Overcome the limiting beliefs

The people that you meet everywhere can open doors to amazing opportunities to help your practice grow, but you need to see it that way.

You need to change your mindset and consider things in new ways to make these things possible for you.

The three main aspects that Kindall suggests are:

  • Organizing your systems
  • Resting
  • Being in alignment

Knowing when to say yes to something and knowing when to gracefully back away from an opportunity I think is just as important as doing all the things because all of the things don’t align … if I were to think of a word that encapsulates it right now, it’s alignment.

Kindall Tyson

Is the work that you are doing in alignment with your mission, vision, and business systems? Are you moving in the right direction with your actions and decisions?

Almost anything is possible when it comes to private practice building … [so] you’ve got to create the practice that’s right for you. I can give you the blueprint, but you take it and you make it what’s important to you.

LaToya Smith

Focus on the possibilities versus the challenges. Be solid in the skills that you offer, and know that things are continually a work in progress.

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Meet LaToya Smith

An image of LaToya Smith is captured. She is a consultant with Practice of the Practice and the owner of LCS Counseling. LaToya is featured on the Practice of the Practice, a therapist podcast.

LaToya is a consultant with Practice of the Practice and the owner of LCS Counseling and Consulting Agency in Fortworth Texas. She firmly believes that people don’t have to remain stuck in their pain or the place they became wounded. In addition to this, LaToya encourages her clients to be active in their treatment and work towards their desired outcomes.

She has also launched Strong Witness which is a platform designed to connect, transform, and heal communities through the power of storytelling.

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