Although being in private practice has many advantages, such as being able to set your own schedule and create your own dream practice, one of the major drawbacks is that being out on our own can often leave us feeling disconnected from colleagues. This can be a tough adjustment, particularly after the built-in support of graduate school and in organizational settings. As therapists, we often need to consult on issues related to ethics, client safety and challenging or complicated clinical cases. Furthermore, unexpected issues can arise in business settings, such as the need for boundary setting, fair pay or negotiation of difficult conversations with colleagues. Dr. Ferguson provides professional consultation on the following issues so that you do not have to "go it alone:"
Developing your niche and clinical style
Conceptualization and treatment of challenging clinical cases
Learn specific, usable interventions that you can try right away
Working with client trauma using the modalities described here.
Ethical and/or safety issues in treatment
How to enhance treatment effectiveness / client outcomes
Healthy workplace negotiation and support
Work / life balance and burnout prevention
Stress management and support for people in leadership
Dr. Ferguson's Private Practice Office Ph: (910) 444-1837 5004 Oleander Drive Fax: (888) 206-0215 Wilmington, NC 28403 email@example.com