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Overview

A primary goal for starting your private practice is to make more money that you could working for the other person. Why continue to make money for someone else, when you can make all fo the money for yourself. However, this can often be elusive for many counselors. This training will help give you ideas and the knowledge to make more money and diversify your practice potential. 

What you will Learn?

You will explore what services to pursue and what to charge for those services. You will balance the pros and cons of taking insurance and what is involved in becoming a provider for insurance companies. You will learn about sliding scales and the pros and cons of using them. The course will also explore working as an independent contractor for others and how to diversify your income by working with EAPs, teaching, supervising, doing trainings or workshops for churches and other interested groups.

Who is your Target Audience?

  • Licensed Professional Counselors
  • Licensed Clinical Social Workers
  • Licensed Psychologists
  • Students in a Counseling, social work or Psychology program who is wanting more information on Tele-Mental Health Counseling

Requirements

  • Sign up for the Course
  • Watch the Training Video and Read the Materials
  • Take the Quiz and Complete the Evaluation
  • Print off your Certificate

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Instructors

About the Instructors

Professor and Licensed Therapist
Dr. Martin Cortez Wesley is a seasoned professional counselor and counselor educator. He has been a Licensed Professional Counselor for over 20 years. He has been a counselor educator, director, chair and/or dean of several counseling programs. He currently works as a professor for National Louis University. Dr. Wesley believes strongly in the counseling profession and has served to champion many past initiatives to bring Medicaid reimbursement and other 3rd party insurers to professional counselors. Today he is working to bring state licensing boards together to build reciprocity agreements for licensure and advocating for a counseling interstate compact agreement for licensure portability and tele-mental health services for professional counselors.

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