TTP# 89: John Clarke – Crushing the Google Game

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My good friend John Clarke is back for the first “business-y” episode in quite a while. John is walking us through digital marketing and specifically focusing on the Google side of things. We talk all about good website copy, tips to help rank higher in search engines, how to find keywords, ways to nail the FREE Google My Business listing, …

TTP #88: Reflections on Two Conferences – AACN & GPOS

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This has been a busy summer as far as conferences go. I attended the American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology’s annual conference in early June and just returned from the Group Practice Owners Summit a few days ago. Both were in Chicago, though they were held in different areas of the city. I thought about going to APA in August for …

TTP #87: Dr. Robin McEvoy – Integrative Pediatric Assessment

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It turns out that Dr. Robin McEvoy and I have a lot in common. We’re both in Colorado, we have some mutual psychologist friends, and we’ve both pursued craniosacral therapy for our children! Wait, what? Yes, craniosacral therapy. Join Robin and I as we talk all about her approach to integrative assessment for kids. We cover her evaluation process, what …

TTP #86: Dr. Raja David – A Deep Dive into Therapeutic Assessment (Part 2)

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Join us for a two-part series on Therapeutic Assessment with Dr. Raja David, who trained extensively with the creator of the Therapeutic Assessment model, Dr. Stephen Finn. Over the next two episodes, we’ll spend time on the background and theory of TA, what measures are typically included, how to bill for TA appointments, what a TA “report” looks like, and …

TTP #85: Dr. Raja David – A Deep Dive into Therapeutic Assessment (Part 1)

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Join us for a two-part series on Therapeutic Assessment with Dr. Raja David, who trained extensively with the creator of the Therapeutic Assessment model, Dr. Stephen Finn. Over the next two episodes, we’ll spend time on the background and theory of TA, what measures are typically included, how to bill for TA appointments, what a TA “report” looks like, and …

TTP #84: Dr. Stephanie Nelson – Neuropsychology in Private Practice

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Dr. Stephanie Nelson, a board-certified neuropsychologist, is here today to talk with me about putting neuropsychology into private practice. I’ve known Stephanie for several months now, and I’m consistently amazed at her attention to detail and professional integrity. Even knowing that she’d bring the A-game to our interview, I was still surprised at how much I learned and how well …

TTP #83: Dr. Bryan Dik – Vocational Assessment & Calling

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I remember when I was a grad student in Dr. Bryan Dik’s Vocational Assessment class back in 2005. At that time, he was a newly hired professor, and I still had little to no idea of what I wanted to do with my career. I’m so fortunate to circle back with Bryan today for a wide-ranging conversation about vocational assessment, …

TTP #82: Dr. Ross Greene – Lives in the Balance

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Dr. Ross Greene has been studying challenging behavior in kids for longer than most of us have been in practice. Starting in graduate school, he realized that many kids not respond well to the usual “reward and punishment” style of behavior management. So he created a new approach based in research. The Collaborative and Proactive Solutions model has proven so …

TTP #80: Kellie Henkel – Dyslexia From a Parent’s Perspective

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Kellie Henkel gets dyslexia from all sides. As a speech-language pathologist and parent to four dyslexic children, she’s been around the block with evaluations and interventions for reading issues. Kellie was kind enough to chat with me today about many facets of her experience. We get things like: What makes a quality evaluation? What is unhelpful in an evaluation? What …