Rachel Fintzy is a psychotherapist who works in private practice and at UCLA Santa Monica, with a focus on psychoneuroimmunology. In this interview Rachel talks about her client population, her niche, how she built up her private practice, and the therapeutic workshops she leads around Los Angeles. To get the show notes for this episode, you can go to http://www.julietaustin.com/bb75.
Dr. Carla Naumberg is a therapist with a private practice, and also a writer. She’s based out of Boston, MA. In this interview, Carla talks about mindfulness in parenting, publishing two books, and building her practice. To get the show notes for this episode, you can go to http://www.julietaustin.com/bb74.
Mike Bundrant is a Neuro-Linguistic Programming trained therapist and the co-founder of iNLP, an online teaching program. In this interview, Mike talks about building a busy and successful business, his marketing strategies, and breaking down a very complex subject into online learning modules. To get the show notes for this episode, you can go to http://www.julietaustin.com/bb73.
Dr. Audrey Sherman is a psychologist based out of Fort Myers, Florida. She sees clients in her private practice, writes a blog, leads workshops, and has written two books. In this interview, Audrey talks about how she built her practice, how she divides her working time, and what initially drove her to become a psychologist. To get the show notes for this episode, you can go to http://www.julietaustin.com/bb72.
Dr. Candida Fink is a psychiatrist and author living in New Rochelle, NY. She’s built a busy private practice (primarily around child psychiatry and bipolar disorder), has written two books, and blogs at Psych Central. In this interview Candida talks why she became a psychiatrist, her advocacy work for children and families, and some recent changes in her field. You can get the show notes for this episode at http://julietaustin.com/bb71