A summary of points raised during a therapists’ discussion of what to aim for and expect of treatment, when first beginning to provide therapy.
How long should treatment sessions last? Appointments which go on for too long cause complications in treatment and a great deal of pressure on both patient and therapist. This article explains how and why.
A few pointers from practitioners which may be useful when looking to buy or replace your patient’s chair in your own consulting room.
Practitioners provide examples of their Patient Consent Form so that colleagues may find it easier to create their own.
Where to obtain free advice on tax issues to help your practice management.
The benefits and advantages of having books available to clients are detailed, along with information on how to obtain copies.
Some therapists’ thoughts about offering free initial consultations.
CDs/ audio recordings are a valuable addition to a therapist’s armamentarium, providing many advantages and benefits to the therapist and the treatment as well as to the patient. This article outlines the main uses/benefits.
When a therapist has a ‘crisis of confidence’ or feels a bit ‘wobbly’ about the treatment they are providing, it is good to know that this is neither uncommon nor insurmountable. This article explains what one therapist did and how the situation was effectively overcome.
Discussion on consulting room rental costs and hints on where to look to find available rooms.
Some very useful tips on treating your first patient or if you are considering both giving and receiving treatment with a colleague.
Step by step guide to creating a page on Facebook to promote your practice.
One therapist shares her experiences, the information gained and costs involved in setting up the facility to accept credit card payments.
Is the facility to accept credit or debit cards of benefit? How much does it cost? What are the benefits and disadvantages?