Coming Spring 2018

 
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Aspiring therapists rejoice! Finally, there is a comprehensive roadmap for you to use to successfully create your very own private practice! Authors Dr. Amy Keller and Dr. Sarah Sneed, two ambitious and experienced psychotherapists, are honored to provide readers with the very same advice that they wished they had each been given prior to building their own successful practices. 

GetReal, GetGoing offers practical, opinionated, concrete advice on everything from managing critical deadlines to building a long-term client base to securing an office space. This book will provide you with real-world examples, anecdotes, and valuable lessons for every step of your professional development. So, GetReal, GetGoing today to make your private practice dream into reality!

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About the Authors

Dr. Amy E. Keller is not someone you would expect to have a Doctor of Psychology in Psychoanalysis or be a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She is an avid skier, motocross rider, and semi-professional salsa dancer. Her joie de vivre and wanderlust have led her to live in countries such as Israel, Egypt, Mexico, Greece, and Costa Rica.

Dr. Amy does more than sit back and nod - she actively engages with her patients and becomes their personal cheerleader. Her psychoanalytic training and unorthodox, hands-on “Transformational Therapy” gives patients the self-understanding and communication skills needed for positive, long-lasting change in both their relationships and their lives. Her patients describe her therapy as effective and fun!

Dr. Sarah B. Sneed is a licensed psychologist, writer, and leadership coach, with over twenty years’ experience helping entrepreneurs, health professionals, artists, and executives achieve their professional goals while finding peace and purpose in a demanding world.  

Dr. Sneed earned her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Virginia, where her training concentrated on family systems theory and developmental psychology. She received training in coaching through the College of Executive Coaching in California. Her approach integrates the competence-based, systems thinking of her formal training with practical knowledge gained through life experiences in family business, growing her private practice, raising her family, and watching Star Wars.