On Friday 27th June 2014 The Psychologists Protection Society Trust invited Mr James Rye to speak on the topic "Avoiding Pitfalls When Setting Up and Running Private Practice". The session was part of the Psychologists Protection Society's 40th Birthday Symposium - "Professional Issues in Therapeutic Practice".
is a counsellor/psychotherapist, supervisor, and trainer working from King's Lynn. He is a Senior Accredited and Registered Member of BACP and is a member of the BACP Private Practice Division Executive Committee. He has been in private practice since 1997.
This session will look at some of the common mistaken assumptions that practitioners often have about running a private practice and consider some of the practical mistakes they make. It will consider topics such as marketing, insurance, turning contacts into clients, business expenditure, fees, business structures, and personal safety.
The event proved very popular, with over 250 therapists watching the event live online and in person at the University of Syracuse in London. The video has now been edited and is available to watch online for those who could manage to attend the event online or in person.
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