156: Coaching: Is First-Year Profit Possible? w/ Dr. Kylee Miller

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Welcome, everyone, to the first episode in another new podcast format – on-air coaching! Today I’m speaking with Dr. Kylee Miller. Kylee is a hospital-based psychologist in Oregon who currently has one day each week to devote to private practice. We work together to run the numbers and figure out how many clients she would need to see to come …

155: Masterclass: Psychosis w/ Dr. Stephanie Nelson

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Hello everyone! Welcome to the first episode of a brand new podcast format: the Masterclass. During these episodes, I will host an expert in the field to present a case for us to talk through. We will take a detailed plunge into complicated clinical issues so that you can hear exactly how accomplished clinicians interview, test, and conceptualize challenging cases. …

154: Finding a Supervisor or Consultant for Clinical Issues

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How many of you have been working on a difficult case and thought, “Wow, I wish I could talk to someone about this” or “I could really use some guidance here”? I’ve been there! Many times. Which is why I sought supervision, post-licensure, from a local pediatric neuropsychologist for nearly five years. Even though consultants and supervisors are out there, …

153: Creating a Welcoming Space w/ Cheryl Janis

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Have you ever thought about the psychology of design? Or truly considered how your space might influence client behavior and comfort? If not, that’s okay! Design is just one of the MANY things that were missing from our grad school education. Cheryl Janis, a nationally recognized health care design consultant, is here to talk through some of the most important …

152: Adding a Testing Practice on the Side

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When I started my practice, it took me about 6-8 months to reach “full time.” Up to that point, I did several things to make sure and take it slow so that I could build the practice without drastically increasing overhead. Many of you are likely in a similar position…either you have a full-time job and have limited time to …

151: Stereotype Threat w/ Dr. Josh Aronson

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“What we call ‘intelligence’ is a performance. The measure of it is a fragile business.”  Dr. Josh Aronson, a pioneer in the field of stereotype threat, is here today for a fascinating and meaningful conversation. We talk through the origins of stereotype threat, why Josh prefers to call it “identity threat” instead, and ways to combat identity threat in test-taking. …

150. Are You Ready to Start Your Own Testing Practice?

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Welcome to the first episode in the latest beginner practice series! Over the next several weeks, business episodes will largely focus on the beginning stages of practice. Today, I’m talking through the steps and mindset needed to actually start your practice. If you’ve never considered a private testing practice, my hope is that this episode will get you thinking about …

149: (Replay) Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Assessment w/Dr. Bryn Harris

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Warning: I ask a lot of dumb questions during this interview. Thankfully, Dr. Bryn Harris is not only incredibly knowledgeable about culturally and linguistically responsive assessment, she’s also really kind. Dr. Harris has specialized in bilingual assessment, clinically and academically, for many years. She shares her knowledge today on topics like: What is culturally and linguistically responsive assessment? What are some …

148: How to Request a Fee Increase from Insurance Panels

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Did you know that you can negotiate raises with insurance panels? It’s completely doable and something that you should be doing at least once a year. Today’s episode is all about how to negotiate and ideas that will help you score that fee increase that you’ve always wanted. Here are just a few things I cover: When to ask for …

147: (Replay) How to Conduct a Knockout Feedback Session w/Dr. Karen Postal

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Dr. Karen Postal is a veritable rock star in the neuropsych world. In addition to an appointment at Harvard Medical School and serving as president of the AACN, she has developed a research program that directly informs her clinical practice from day to day. Today she talks with me all about her book, Feedback that Sticks…, the culmination of over 80 interviews …