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Private Practice Tips & Techniques to Improve Your Business & Better Serve Your Clients

  • March 25, 2020
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Online


  • Please contact FCAoffice@flacounseling.org to verify NCDA membership and request registration code.


Private Practice Tips & Techniques to Improve Your Business & Better Serve Your Clients

03.25.2020 | 12:00p.m. EST


Chad Brown, M.B.A., M.A., & LMHC

Webinar Overview:

It can often be difficult for counselors in private practice to properly focus on both business development and providing a consistent quality of service to all clients served.  This webinar will help current private practice counselors, as well as those considering a transition into private practice, to understand several modern resources related to entrepreneurship and private practice development.  Learn about these resources and engage in a collaborative discussion to identify the best tools and strategies to improve your business while also better serving each unique client.

Webinar Goals- By attending this 1-hour training, attendees will:

  1. Develop a deeper understanding of ways to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of a private practice.
  2. Learn about resources from Strategyzer, including Business Model Generation and Value Proposition Design.
  3. Learn about specific resources and ways that Florida Counseling Association (FCA) & Florida Career Development Association (FCDA) can help.
  4. Learn about various options related to digital development of a private practice, including social media and website best practices.
  5. Participants will be provided with time for interactive discussion to ensure that resources presented can be accurately applied in a valuable and meaningful manner.

About the Presenter:

Chad Brown (M.B.A., M.A., & LMHC) is a career counselor and professional development coach with extensive expertise helping others through his unique background in both mental health counseling and corporate consulting.  Chad also has professional experience with presentations at the state (FCA) and national levels (ACA), as well as regularly engaging local high school students through nonprofits such as Junior Achievement of Central Florida.  Chad’s consulting practice includes diverse experiences collaborating with nonprofits and corporations through design and facilitation of workshops, including board member development and providing career counseling through grant funding.


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