Brightside Counseling a community-based therapeutic service dedicated to helping individuals suffering from behavioral health disabilities, has published an all-new book titled, Practice Success: Steps for Building and Maintaining a Successful Mental Health Practice, and it is available on Amazon.
The book was written by Brightside Counseling mental health professionals Matthew Mark Albright, MS, LPC and Alphonso Nathan, MS, LPC. Practice Success was written for aspiring therapists seeking to open their own private mental health practice. The book is also ideal for professionals wanting to grow their already established practice.
Practice Success teaches readers what they need to know to create a thriving business. Many of the items covered by the authors are not taught in school, but are critical to the success of a private mental health practice. Albright and Nathan use first-hand knowledge to outline the steps aspiring therapists must make and take to achieve financial and professional success.
Brightside Counseling was started by Albright, who worked with one client, one day a week. Today, the practice has a number of therapists and support staff available to work with more than 800 clients a month; and Brightside Counseling is still growing. The authors discuss a variety of topics in Practice Success and readers will discover just how to grow a mental health facility to the level of Brightside Counseling.
The book covers nine important steps therapists must take to open a successful private business. The steps Setting Goals, Educating Yourself Step, Getting Licensed, Understanding Business Management, Choosing Your Space, Marketing Yourself, Handling Billing and Insurance, Protecting Yourself and Your Business, and Growing Your Business. In all, Albright and Nathan give aspiring therapists the tools they need to become successful private practice owners.
For more information or to buy Practice Success: Steps for Building and Maintaining a Successful Mental Health Practice, please visit Amazon. To learn more about the authors of the book, please visit Brightside Counseling.