A New Approach to
Reinventing Your Practice
Dr. William R. Lynch and his ClearLifePath Consulting Team offer in-depth guidance to help clients create elegant businesses within their chosen clinical methodology. CLPC works closely with clients to share lessons and strategies in building and growing cash-based practices based on 30+ years as a successful psychiatrist.
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Monthly Archives: April 2012
Promote Your Cash-Based Therapy Practice, or Fail
A recent article in Crain’s Chicago Business (a newsletter covering the local business climate) paints a dire picture of the future of health care financing whether or not Obama Care becomes law. If it fails, the rising cost of health care entitlements as a percentage of GDP will force limits on coverage due to the [...]
Psychoanalytically Informed Practice Coaching
One service offered through CLP Consulting is practice evaluation and ongoing coaching focused on establishing and growing your psychotherapy or psychiatric business. The concepts for its method and that of the highly specialized coaching service currently in development, derive from psychoanalysis, despite my declaring a few years ago in another blog “I Am Not a [...]