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Rock Your Processes

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You will need to purchase 1 unit for every hour of coursework.

You will receive a certificate of completion after passing the exam and purchasing the appropriate number of units.

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Rock Your Processes (Module 2 of Business School Bootcamp)

PLEASE READ:  This course is an offsite online program by ZynnyMe.  This course is just one module of a multi-module program titled Business School Bootcamp.  When you click on the “Enroll in Course” button below you will be redirected to the ZynnyMe site to enroll, pay for, and complete all of the modules in their Business School Bootcamp program.  You can then return to this site to complete the exam for each module, pay for your units, and earn your certificate of completion for CE.

Rock Your Processes Course Objectives, Description, and Outline

Course Objectives:

  • Identify 3 methods of tracking outcomes in private practice
  • Discuss the purpose of a social media policy in the therapeutic relationship
  • Explain 2 steps in the client journey that influence client outcomes
  • Identify 4 reasons to refer out a client in private practice

Course Description:

Your informed consent is both a business and clinical tool. It is how you set boundaries and care for your clients within ethical guidelines thus enriching clinical outcomes. Other processes such as outcome tracking, referring clients out, to treatment plans can improve clinical care and outcomes with clients as well.

Course Outline:

  • Start-Up Master Checklist
  • The Client Journey and Schedule
    • Boundaries in Schedule and Clinical Time
    • Deconstruction of Client Journey & Benefits
      • Initial Contact
      • First Appointment
      • Ongoing Treatment
        • Frequency and Length of Sessions
        • Impact on Type of Therapy
    • Scheduling Worksheet
    • Client Processes Worksheet
    • Referring Out Process
    • Finishing Sessions On Time
  • Integrating Outcomes
    • Why outcomes matter
    • How to monitor outcomes in your practice
    • Key questions to ask your clients
    • Outcomes Tracking Resources
  • Policies and Procedures
    • Informed consent as a business and a clinical document
    • How to have better outcomes in your practice through policies
    • How build trust with a client from informed consent
    • Steps to evaluate what is working and what isn’t currently in policies
    • Informed Consent Checklist
    • Professional Will
  • Documentation & Court Policies
    • Covering Your Practice
      • Top things clinicians do well
      • How to Stay organized for court
      • Why these policies matter
    • Documentation Policies
      • How to make friends with your paperwork
      • The protective value of your paperwork
      • The clinical value of having stellar documentation
      • Tips to save time
      • How to get caught up on notes
      • What good documentation looks like
    • Court Policies
      • Create a court policy
      • Practice responding to subpoenas
      • Letter Requests
      • Analyze what type of witness
      • Direct examination and cross examination
      • Overcoming anxiety as it relates to court
  • Social Media Policy
    • The purpose of a social media policy and why you need one
    • Some of the most common platforms to be aware of
    • How to address texting and emailing
  • Virtual Practice Policies
    • Virtual Therapy Processes
    • Integrity in Virtual Practice
  • Reputation Management
    • How to search the way you show up on google
    • Where to look for images of yourself
    • How to set up a google alert
    • How to remove your information off of websites

Instructors: Miranda Palmer, LMFT & Kelly Higdon, LMFT

Miranda Palmer, LMFT, loves helping therapists bridge the gap between what it takes to be a great therapist who gets great clinical outcomes and what it takes to run a successful therapy practice. She has helped thousands of therapists from around the world make the mindset shifts that allow a more effortless application of marketing strategies that grow a private practice that is not just financially sustainable, but also achieve great clinical outcomes.

Kelly Higdon, LMFT, believes that private practice is one of the solutions to increasing access to quality mental health in our communities. Her passion lies in empowering private practice owners to serve at their highest and best, improving clinical outcomes through their business planning and to break the statistic that mental health clinicians are the worst paid Master’s’degree. She has helped thousands through training, education and coaching.

 

Miranda Palmer, LMFT and Kelly Higdon, LMFT are the creators and presenters of this online course Rock Your Processes.  Having solid processes is another key to success in a successful private practice.  Miranda and Kelly break this component of creating rock solid processes down into several areas to help you achieve the best processes for your private practice.

 

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