I’m back with four of my favorite psychologists for another happy hour episode!
I get a lot of questions during consulting about how to offer benefits to employees.
Ready for an information-packed episode on a controversial topic? This one is for you. Dr. Mike Wolff is here to talk through the ins and outs of central auditory processing disorder.
Continuing with the theme of hiring, today I’m talking about interviewing tips. Let’s say that you’ve found a few good candidates – now you have to figure out if they’re actually a good fit for your practice!
Underrepresentation is a HUGE problem in the field of neuropsychology. My guest today, Dr. Courtney Ray, is one of several folks who are working hard to change that.
In my mastermind groups and individual consulting sessions, I get a lot of questions about hiring. Many folks are interested in expanding but are unsure of how to do it, which makes sense because it can definitely be an overwhelming process.
Dr. Theresa Regan translated her personal experience with an autistic child into a passion for helping autistic adults in her neuropsych practice. She’s here today to talk with me about her approach to identifying and assessing adult autism.
Whether you’re just starting out or you’re trying to grow, finding office space can be a tricky venture. Many of us assume that we need to leap into full-time office space, but that’s not necessarily the case.
I am honored to have Dr. Seth Grossman and Dr. Robert Tringone on the show today to talk about the Millon family of instruments. Not only were Robert and Seth personally connected to Ted Millon for many years, they’ve continued to play major roles in the development and authorship of the instruments and those oh-so-nuanced interpretive reports.
Anybody else having a hard time finding clinicians? In my talks with other practice owners around the country, it seems like EVERYONE is struggling to hire. There are many reasons that I believe this is happening, but what it means for us as practice owners is that we have to do more to set ourselves apart from the other employment options out there.