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AVAILABLE JUNE 30, 2020

YOU MAY PRE-ORDER THE COURSE NOW, BUT THE CONTENT WILL NOT BE FULLY LOADED UNTIL JUNE 30, 2020.

This is an introductory training for clinicians who want to start their own private practice. Working for yourself can be a  dream come true, especially if you already love being a therapist. However, starting a private practice requires a hefty dose of business sense and preparation. This course will help you decide if a private practice is right for you and how to prepare to be successful.

What will you learn?

You will conceptualize your ideal practice and know the steps need to make that happen. You will explore your potential income but also know the risks involved in this new venture. You will know what a NPI and CPT codes mean and other basics of getting paid as a clinician. You will also gain some basic knowledge in marketing. However, this is covered in great detail in advanced trainings

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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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