Part of the job of successfully marketing your private practice is understanding something about the competitive landscape you’re operating within. This section describes some of the tools you may find useful for evaluating the competitive landscape specifically on the internet.
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As a Universal binary, the Microsoft Office suite now runs natively on Intel Macs, offering a big step up in performance for those on Intel-based machines. Visually elegant interface changes appear throughout the suite, and new or intermediate users will now find it easier than ever to discover and apply the software’s capabilities. The competitive landscape has shifted significantly since Office 2004, however, and some users in small mental health practices may find Microsoft Office less indispensable than it once was.
What makes good supervision? Here are some of my ideas about what I value in supervision as a supervisee, and about what I try to offer in turn as a supervisor.
Thinking about some of the most frequently asked questions about online clinical supervision may help you to get the most out of your online supervision relationship.
Online therapy or counselling can provide a safe and supportive environment in which you can focus on your own life and on what matters to you, working at your own pace and — in the case of email-based online counselling — with more time to reflect.
Are you undertaking online therapy training or seeking to augment your existing competence in the practice of online therapy or online counselling?
Largely for historical reasons, the introduction of licensing laws and the development of general attitudes toward psychotherapy and counselling regulation have proceeded very differently depending on where you are in the world, especially in the United States.