John Sovec is a psychotherapist who works with LGBT teens and their parents, particularly in the coming out process. John shares that he chose this niche because he saw a need. He discusses the issues LGBT teens face and how he built and sustains his private practice without taking insurance. Listen to this interview to hear more of his inspiring journey as well as his business strategy. To get the show notes for this show go to http://www.julietaustin.com/bb31
Kelly Covert discusses the life coaching business she started with her partner, Maggie Quinn calledStrong Body Whole Heart. We spent a large part of the interview discussing how Kelly and Maggie decided to go into business together and the pros and cons of having a partner. Kelly then describes her business and the services she offers. Towards the latter part of the interview, Kelly shares the challenges she and her partner have encountered and their long-term goals for their business. To get the show notes for this episode go to http://www.julietaustin.com/bb30
Nutritional therapist, Amy Love has an online business offering coaching and online programs to people who want to live a healthier lifestyle. She has been travelling around North America in an RV with her husband as they run their business. Amy's passion for health stems from her struggles with chronic illnesses from a young age. Eventually, she was able to improve her health substantially with alternative healing methods and diet changes. Amy has a popular blog and a community of over 200,000 followers. You can get the show notes for this episode here: http://www.julietaustin.com/bb29
Dr. Janet Sasson Edgette has 30 years experience as a psychologist. She is the author of 6 books - 3 focused on adolescents. One is directed towards therapists and the other two are geared towards parents. Dr. Edgette began her work in a treatment center for teens and found that the manner in which many professionals were working with teens was not effective. She finds that teens respond best using a personalized approach where the therapist uses their humanity. Listen to the interview to find out more. To get the show notes for this episode go to http://www.julietaustin.com/bb28
Dr. Alain Desaulniers is a chiropractic doctor in Vancouver, BC. He comes from a family of more than 43 chiropractors spread over 2 generations! Chiropractic work has become a lifestyle for his family. Alain didn't originally decide to be a chiropractor, but he does remember being told by his parents as he was growing up to make sure that whatever he did, it served a bigger idea than just himself.
Dr. Desaulniers candidly discusses the mistakes he made when he first began his private practice and how it led to him doubting his self-worth. Fortunately, he stuck with it and now runs a busy office with an associate. To get the show notes for this episode go to http://julietaustin.com/bb27