Pam Dyson is a play therapist who was once an early childhood educator. In this interview, she describes her play therapy practice and the consultations and trainings she gives to other therapists. She shares the challenges she had in building a successful practice in St. Louis and then having to do it all over again when she moved to Plano, Texas. Pam is a great example of someone who has achieved success by working hard, being strategic in her marketing, and having multiple revenue sources. To get the show notes for this episode, go to http://www.julietaustin.com/bb34
Yolanda von Hockauf is a Registered Marriage and Family Therapist in Vancouver, BC. She has built a child, couple and family therapy clinic called the Vancouver Couple and Family Therapy Institute (VCFI) with her business partner, Dr. Veronica Kallos-Lilly. In the interview, Yolanda describes how they built this clinic with 10 associates.
Yolanda was a therapist in Dr. Sue Johnson's (developer of Emotion Focused Couples Therapy (EFT)) first research study of couples therapy in the 1980's. She has been practicing EFT since the early days. Yolanda and Veronica were also early trainers in EFT. VCFI offers workshops in the EFT model for couples. Yolanda and Veronica also train therapists in EFT in Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.
To get the show notes for this episode go to http://www.julietaustin.com/bb33
Dr. Jonathan Prousky is a naturopathic doctor in Toront0, Canada whose passion is helping people with mental health issues. He utilizes a range of natural treatments to help his clients. Dr. Prousky's philosophy is that his patients need to take an active role in their health as opposed to being passive and expecting a pill to fix their problems. He has built his practice primarily by speaking and writing. Dr. Prousky has also recently completed a Masters degree in counselling. He will soon be offering counselling services as well as naturopathic services. To get the show notes for this episode to to http://www.julietaustin.com/bb32