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The Practice of Therapy Podcast

The Practice of Therapy Podcast

Date de sortie : 2024-05-27
© The Practice of Therapy 2022
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Date de sortie : 2024-05-27
© The Practice of Therapy 2022
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Amy Dover | Finding Your Rhythm: Navigating Life's Seasons and Work Balance | TPOT 332

Amy Dover | Finding Your Rhythm: Navigating Life's Seasons and Work Balance | TPOT 332

Amy Dover, LMFT, has dedicated over two decades to the field of marriage and family therapy, guiding individuals and families through their most challenging times with compassion and a deep understanding of the complexities of human relationships. As...
Durée : 41:45
Amy Dover, LMFT, has dedicated over two decades to the field of marriage and family therapy, guiding individuals and families through their most challenging times with compassion and a deep understanding of the complexities of human relationships. As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Amy has not only impacted countless lives through her direct counseling work but has also extended her influence through the successful group practice she has owned and operated for over nine years. Amy is passionate in her desire to support faith-based practice owners, focusing on empowering fellow entrepreneurs to leverage their leadership skills and God-given talents to impact their team and community. She is driven by a vision to help faith-based practice owners create thriving practices that not only succeed in business terms but also provide a meaningful service aligned with their values and beliefs.
In this episode of The Practice of Therapy Podcast, Amy shares her journey as a wife, mother, and private practice owner, highlighting the challenges of balancing work and family life. She discusses her shift in perspective towards embracing the rhythms of life instead of striving for balance finding flexibility in adjusting to different seasons and needs. Amy emphasizes the importance of prioritizing tasks and being intentional with time, drawing from her experiences as a therapist and practice owner. She also talks about her preference for paper planners and the significance of tracking tasks for effective management. Additionally, Amy reflects on her transition into group practice ownership, acknowledging the learning experiences and the importance of making wise decisions for sustainable growth. Through her consulting work, she aims to guide others in navigating the complexities of practice ownership and creating positive work environments.
Resources Mentioned In This Episode:
Wise Practice Consulting Dover Counseling Services Dover Counseling on Instagram Dover Counseling on Facebook Wise Practice Summit Read the full show notes here Use the promo code "GORDON" to get 2 months of Therapy Notes free Start Consulting with Gordon The PsychCraft Network The Practice of Therapy Community Instagram Mental Health Templates Mental Health Wear Full Focus Planner
Id. d’épisode : 1000656894652
GUID : ca3c26d3-95b4-40be-a635-3fd1c9a9427d
Date de publication : 27/5/2024 à 13:00:00

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This podcast is here for therapists, counselors, social workers, psychotherapists, and mental health clinicians in their practice journeys. I'm Gordon Brewer and the person behind The Practice of Therapy Blog and Website that provides tools, resources and advice for people starting, growing or expanding their private practices. The podcast will help you learn from other experts in the field to move your private practice forward to success.
The Practice of Therapy Podcast is part of the PsychCraft Network of Podcasts; PsychCraft, LLC

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