BC PSYCHOLOGISTS ASSOCIATION EVENT (Dr.Larry Waldman Workshop)
5185 University Golf Club
The British Columbia Psychological Association is proud to announce our upcoming workshop on Private Practice Development & Effective Marketing by Dr. Larry Waldman on March 11th, 2016.
Workshop Description: This workshop is based on Dr. Waldman’s 37 years of highly successful private practice in Phoenix, AZ and his many years of research and speaking about private practice development. This seminar will teach ethical marketing and the importance of promoting one’s practice. Participants will be introduced to emerging technologies, such as online marketing.
In this very practical workshop the following topics will be addressed: Private Practice as a Business; Effectively Getting Started; Necessary Practice Management Concepts; Managing Managed Care; Proven, Productive Marketing Techniques; Become the Expert; Non-Traditional Ways to Earn Income; and Online Marketing.
The workshop is most appropriate for early-career therapists but also is quite useful for more experienced clinicians who desire to develop a more lucrative, satisfying practice. The instruction level is at the introductory level.
Presenter – Dr. Larry Waldman, ABPP: Dr. Larry Waldman’s multi-faceted private practice is known to be one of the most successful in the Phoenix area. He works with children, adolescents, parents, couples, families, and adults. Dr. Waldman also has a forensic practice working with family law, personal injury, criminal defense, and immigration attorneys.
In addition, he consults to the Phoenix Social Security Office and teaches graduate psychology classes for Northern Arizona University.
Dr. Waldman has written five books: Who’s Raising Whom? Coping with Your Adolescent, How Come I love Him but Can’t Live with Him?, The Graduate Course You Never Had: How To Develop, Manage and Market a Flourishing Mental Health Practice, and “Too Busy Earning a Living to Make Your Fortune.
Dr. Waldman earned his BS in Education and Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, his MS in School Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and his Ph.D. in Psychology from Arizona State University. He acquired his ABPP in 2004.
For more details and to register visit: http://bit.ly/20oPLEB