Episode 140: Setting Boundaries and Finding Balance: Private Practice Lessons [featuring Cameisha Brewer]

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In this episode, Patrick Casale and Cameisha Brewer, a remarkable therapist, business coach, speaker, and author, delve into the world of private practice, therapy, and entrepreneurship.

Here are three key takeaways:

  1. Prioritize self-care as a clinician: Owning a business not only grants you freedom but also allows you to prioritize your well-being. Remember, taking care of yourself is not a luxury—it’s a necessity.
  2. Embrace the business side of private practice: Understanding the entrepreneurial aspects of private practice is crucial for sustainability as a clinician. Don’t shy away from the business aspects—they are just as important as the therapeutic ones.
  3. Seek community and connection in entrepreneurship: Building a supportive community of like-minded professionals is essential in entrepreneurship. Find your tribe, engage in networking, and create a space where you can draw inspiration and support from your peers.

More about Cameisha:

As a therapist, business coach, speaker, and author, Cameisha is passionate about helping people prioritize their mental health. Whether you’ve heard her speak at an event or talked with her during a session, any conversation with Cameisha is intriguing and thought-provoking. Her extraordinary story of transforming her own life from being an orphaned teen living on public assistance to becoming a successful entrepreneur with a thriving business is the inspiration behind her bold mission to teach others that with God all things are possible. Today, fans across the country admire her mission of teaching people how to build a life they love by shifting their thoughts into alignment with their goals.

Check out Cameisha’s book, The CEO Clinician. The book focuses on therapists who are choosing to take on the secondary role of business owner and giving them permission to be human – to be anxious, while also providing them with proven tools to overcome those challenges so they can thrive as entrepreneurs.


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