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9 Ways to Build Your Practice

AMHCA past president Tom Ferro, LCPC, offers valuable guidance from decisions on getting started to developing a niche, from using the power of word of mouth to selecting a billing service, and from giving presentations to taking care of yourself. #PrivatePractice

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Home Study: Navigating the World of Private Practice

**Previously Recorded on 2/12/2021 - Not a Live Event** Navigating the World of Private Practice Learners working in other areas of mental health will understand how to launch into or grow their current private practice. Objectives: 1) Learners will understand the pros and cons of taking insurance and how to initiate credentialing on insurance panels 2) Learners will understand helpful ways to market themselves and their practice 3) Learners will understand if solo or group practice is best for them and how to know when it's time to expand About the Presenter, Sarah Coates: Sarah Coates is the founder & President of One-Eighty Counseling P.A. She founded the group practice in 2007 and has facilitated the company's growth to become one of the largest Mental Health private practices in Southeastern NC


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How to Become a Medicaid Mental Health Provider

The federal government is deferential to state professional practice acts, which are state statutes and regulations that contain specific licensing requirements, professional standards, scope of practice and prohibited acts, etc. for health care providers

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Technology Assisted Counseling

This white paper provides recommendations for the use of technology assisted counseling (TAC) between clinical mental health counselors and clients. TAC can include the use of synchronous (telephone, videoconferencing, e-mail) and non-synchronous modalities (e-mail, chatting, texting, and fax). ...

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