Starting Your Own Private Practice (Webinar)
Starting your own practice can be a daunting task. We as therapists went to school to be therapists and some of us may not have a business background. Want to learn how to have your own practice? Then, this is the class for you. We will walk you through all the paperwork, finances, billing software, and marketing strategies to get your practice off the ground.
Speaker: Anne Shragal, MA, LCPC, PEL-SC
Anne Shragal, the owner of Breeze Counseling, began her practice October 2012. During this time, she started off seeing clients on her own and eventually hired another therapist to take on an additional caseload. Today, she continues to see clients but also has two additional therapists working alongside her.
Anne Shragal is a Pediatric Counselor, specializing in life adjustments. She works with toddlers through young adults clients and their families. Anne believes that counseling is like a puzzle and it is her job to help put the puzzle pieces together. She likes to use creative arts in the session to help the process. It is her hope that she meets you where you are at in a non-judgemental, safe space. Anne also likes to involve the parents, providing parenting skills and client updates throughout the treatment.
CE Units: 3 Credits
This webinar course will be available starting May 1, 2017.
How to Access Course: Once registered, you will receive a registration email with a login username and password to access the course. After finishing the class, you are required to complete a short exam to confirm your understanding of the material. This exam will be included as an attachment in your registration email. All exams must be returned to firstname.lastname@example.org. Receive a passing score of 70% on your exam and you will be sent your Certification of Completion via email.
Please note: Per IDFPR Professional Counseling Rules Section 1375.220 Continuing Education - " A maximum of 15 CE credits per renewal period may be earned for successful completion of a correspondence course (e.g., by mail, computer, etc.) that is offered by an approved sponsor who meets the requirements set forth in subsection (c). Each correspondence course shall include an examination." (http://www.idfpr.com/profs/ProfCounselor.asp)