Private Practice Accelerator Video Presentations.

We are happy to help you to Accelerate Your Private Practice Profitability with our new presentations! We are so glad you are here. And, as promised, here is your next presentation.

People always ask me how can they accelerate their private practice growth and profitability.

ANSWER: Press Play. Enjoy!

Presentation Video #3: Six Keys to A Steady Stream of Referrals – Month After Month – Year After Year

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Presentation Video #2: Five Reasons Many Private Practitioners Will Never Be Profitable (and what you can do it avoid that!)

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Presentation Video #1: 3 Mistakes I Made Marketing AND How our Graduate Programs Accidentally Keep Us Poor

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65 Responses to Private Practice Accelerator Video Presentations.

  1. Kim says:

    Thanks Casey! Customizing the marketing plan is so important yet I forget about it and am left feeling frustrated about not attracting the right clients. Thanks for the reminder and now it’s time to get to work! 🙂

  2. I greatly appreciate the videos. So far the marketing suggestions that I think I most need to follow up on is the “work horse website” and the community presentations. In September my private practice will be celebrating it’s one year anniversary! Last year I did Adult Education courses – these were effective but took enourmous amounts of time to prepare. I am struggling with how to create presentations that are usefull but not so much “front end” work. I live and work in a small town so I imagine that I will need a variety of presentation topics. I did the exercise of my ideal client but still feel a bit stumped about how to arrange the community presentations. I know that I just missed the cut off for the July course on community presentations. Can those videos still be accessed in September or is it simply “to late”? Thanks. klf

  3. Kara says:

    I can’t seem to get them to play. I don’t see any links?

    • Casey and the Team says:

      Kara, Sorry you are having trouble! You should be able to click on the image, wait a few seconds and then the presentations should start to play.

    • Bill Kuntz says:

      Great suggestions Casey! How about a brief presentation on creating “passive” streams of income?
      Thanks for your leadership & encouragement.

      -Bill K / psychologist & life coach in Saint Louis, MO

      • Casey and the Team says:

        Hey Bill,
        Thanks for the suggestion. I will be discussing this at this year’s Practice Building Conference which will be next month!

  4. I greatly appreciate the videos and audio recordings. I have done the 4 filtering questions, and am now trying to figure out how to put together a speaking engagment. Thank you for your guidance.

  5. Clinton says:

    Casey- awesome info as always! Diversification is essential for the success of any business. The old adage “don’t put all your eggs in one basket” still applies to us therapists.

    • Casey and the Team says:

      Clinton! You are the guru of diversification! I am delighted you will be sharing your expertise with us this coming season!

  6. jan says:

    Thanks Casey! I like this new format you are using too! Great ideas and ones I have heard from my son, some friends, etc. I guess that NOW is the time to make it happen! You rock!

  7. Casey and the Team says:

    Hey guys – quick note here. A couple of people are asking, “But what if I want to work with the poor and do pro-bono work?” Great question. Here is my answer:

    You can help more poor people by NOT being one. If you want to offer services to the poor, get funding..get grants..have a Robin Hood practice where you see both wealthy and poor people. But the bottom line, if you and your business are poor and have no income – you will not sustain a business.

    All that said, if you are called to personal poverty, embrace it. If not, do something about it so you can sustain your business over time. (Okay off my soapbox now.) Love you guys!

    • Rachel says:

      Hi Casey,
      I LOVE your response above, especially this line: “You can help more poor people by NOT being one”
      Thank you for helping us push foward and for holding the vision that we CAN be wealthy therapists. I’m moving along and hope to get there, so that I can help others get there too.

  8. Thanks Casey! I love how practical your tips always are… teaching me all the stuff they should have taught me in grad school! 🙂

  9. John Swyers says:

    Casey, I really liked the first video. The second one does not seem to be there. I have reloaded several times without success.

  10. Ellen Adams says:

    Casey, I am going to try these tips and let you know how they work. As I was listening to the training and taking notes, I was thinking of ideas to bring in extra income.

  11. Thanks for all the information! I just left agency work and have gone full-time with my private practice. You have inspired me to move forward with my dream and now I am busier than ever and still growing!

  12. Debbie says:

    Hey, Casey! You really do rock! I am so excited about the private practice that I opened starting in July. I’m still learning (and think I always will be to make my business the best it can be), and your insights and tips are doing wonders to make me think of other questions and go off in search of answers. I’ve been waiting for 20 years to open this business and my gut told me earlier this year that it was time to take my leap of faith. Thank you so much for all you do to help us out–you are so appreciated, and we all (hopefully) have good support communities of our own. Send good thoughts for my baby practice! ;o)

  13. Kristen says:

    Casey – do you have any good resources/worksheets about how to identify your ideal client if you are just starting out and don’t have previous experience with the types of people you have worked best with?

    • Casey and the Team says:

      Couple of things – did you get the free ‘more clients for me’videos at ? That is a great way to get started.
      And I don’t know how old you are — but if you are under 35 or so, don’t force yourself into a specialty. (And usually our ideal client is us with more money lol). If you are 35 or older and this is a second career for you, you may have more of an idea of a problem you want to help people with. Again the More Clients for Me videos ought to help.

  14. Molly says:

    Thanks, Casey, for all the good information! As usual, you make the process so logical and practical while still maintaining your passion. You may want to know that I’m only getting Audio on my computer (Mac) – no Video in this email presentation.
    You rock too!!

    • Casey and the Team says:

      Thanks for your comment. You should hear audio and see the words change on the display every 90 seconds or so – but you won’t see me. It is kind of like a recorded PowerPoint 🙂

  15. Shari Hines says:

    Hi Casey – I finally got to hear the entire presentation! Wonderful…where were you 13 years ago when I was building my law practice?

  16. Jean says:

    Casey, Not sure what happened…but just as you get to the top reason in video two (about minute 5:40) the sound cuts out of the video. I’ve tried reloading. Not sure if it is just my computer or others. What a cliffhanger! I appreciate your videos…very helpful!

  17. LouAnne says:

    Thanks for sharing your wisdom in a clear and motivating fashion. I can’t wait to get started with your tips.

  18. Mariana says:

    Hi Casey, the sound immediately just cut out for me when the video went to the top reason why the practice won’t be profitable (around 5:45). I tried to refreshing my page, but that didn’t help. Any suggestion?

    • Casey and the Team says:

      Mariana – yes, there was a techno-glitch with the audio so I replaced it. Should be good now. Sorry!

  19. Lisa says:

    Thank you very much for the helpful information. I will be testing soon for LCSW and would like to head in a path of practice where I can be and do all you mentioned. This gives me hope for a bright future in private practice. Thanks a million!

  20. Zhaklin says:

    Wonderful clip Casey! I can certainly relate to you about the shyness and approaching the business of private practice. Thanks for all you do.

  21. Amy says:

    Thanks for the refresher, Casey! I hope everyone who signs up really listens to you and follows your tips. I started my practice in 2008, and your comprehensive CD program was one of several practice-building tools I used. Remember, that year brought the worst economy since the Great Depression. Despite that, we were very profitable in the first year, (our tax attorney was stunned!) and we have been happily in six figures ever since. Moreover, we do not contract with insurance companies. Every day I feel so fortunate to do the work I do, and help people feel better. I am excited to add more to our business with other streams so we can help even more people. Thank you for believing is us, Casey!

  22. Irene says:

    Thank you for the timely reminder and more words of wisdom.

  23. Mary says:

    Hi Casey,
    Thanks for the free videos!!! I am struggling with getting more clients into my private practice. Its been suggested to get groups going. since I’m newly licensed and that would be a great way to build my practice. How do I do that when I can’t get individual referrals? Will these same tips help with building groups?

  24. Rachelle Smith says:

    Great information!

  25. Jen says:

    Finally, someone who actually understands that you can be successful in private practice! I’ve been doing OK so far as a new business as I’ve had recommendations, and luckily I’ve worked in the Sales field for a long time, but sometimes you just need someone to put it into context for you and watching this video has made me understand that I’m perhaps a little more shy than I thought! I was told I would struggle in Private Practice by a more experienced therapist – I can’t wait to prove them wrong!

  26. Karl says:

    Thanks very much Casey for practical guidance based on your experience. Your enthusiasm and passion are infectious!

  27. kim shaffer says:


  28. Connie says:

    Hello Casey!

    Thank you so much for reframing this so simply for me! I must say, I am getting there!
    You Rock!! 🙂

  29. Zora says:

    I’m getting there, Casey Like Will, I sometimes need to be “hit over the head”, and you’re doing a wonderful job of it. Thank you!

  30. Casey – just when I feel lost again, you sweep me back up! I’m working hard at visibility and seeing the results. Credibility has increased in the last few years but I have room to improve. My weakest link is my cash flow activities which I’m open to suggestions and ideas. Thanks! Can’t wait to see the rest of the video series.

  31. Will says:

    I need the repetition you often give in your presentaitons, beause I sometimes need to be “Hit over the head” — the old messages about the business aspects of private practice don’t let go easily.

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