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Carolyn Cash hosts the royal news radio podcast show, Right Royal Roundup since 2014, focusing mostly on the British, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Dutch, Belgian, Spanish, Thai and Tongan Royal Families, and the Imperial Family of Japan. Carolyn has covered the following royal visits. * The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at the Sydney Opera House, the Royal Easter Show and St Andrew's Cathedral in 2014. * King Harald V and Queen Sonja of Norway at the Australian National Maritime Museum, the R ...
 
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Today we’re speaking with Christy Merriner, a therapist based in Los Angeles who opened her private practice in March 2020, right as COVID lockdowns began. Ready to have your first 6-figure year? Click here to Join us for FEE WEEK: Roadmap to your 6-Figure 2021. Christy is going to tell us her story on how she went from charging $150/session to now…
 
What’s up my peeps. 😎 I’m so excited to be back. New year and a NEEEEEW season of THE MONEY SESSIONS! Let’s goooooo! 🏃🏾‍♀️💨 Today we get to hear from Rashida Ingram, a couple and family therapist servicing patients virtually. After spending 13 years working the prison system, she left to create her full fee premium practice. We get to dive deep int…
 
What’s up paaaarty people. We finally made it to 2021! 🥳 & with that... season 3 of The Money Sessions. BOOMSHAKA. I’m sooooo excited for this year! I’m stoked for our upcoming guests on The Money Sessions AND we’ve got some veeeEEEery exciting ideas up our sleeves over in The Lean In. MAKE BANK. Academy (Don’t know LIMB?? That’s where we help ther…
 
Carolyn Alroy is a New York based analyst who sees working professionals and couples. She helps them gain success in work and relationships. In this episode, Caroyln talks about the difficult journey she had in raising her fees over the years, a journey that has resulted in being able to charge $325-$400 per session. In this episode, Carolyn will t…
 
In this episode, we are talking with Nekia White, a Licensed Certified Clinical Social Worker serving clients in Maryland, DC and Virginia. Nekia is going to talk about her experience starting her private practice, charging as low as $50 per session and how she came to the realization that she needed to make a change. Nekia is going to explain how …
 
In this episode we talk to Zynnyme Co-Founder, Kelly Higdon. Kelly will talk about her journey from working for county mental health to becoming a therapist in her own private practice to creating one of the most popular marketing programs for therapists in private practice, the Business School Bootcamp. And here’s the deal, folks. Kelly almost lef…
 
In this episode of The Money Sessions, Tiffany is going to be talking about how to make sense of all the complex feelings that come when raising fees means saying goodbye to clients. This is real shit, folks. When your real financial needs bump up against the real financial needs of another person, what are your options?…
 
In this episode, we're talking with Kirstin Carl who is a Licensed Psychotherapist serving clients in Los Angeles. Kirstin is going to talk about what it took to go from charging as low as $50 per session to charging as high as $250 per session and building a full caseload at $225 per session. Kirstin is also going to talk about how the lessons and…
 
In this episode, we’re speaking with Maegan Megginson who has a premium fee, cash pay group practice in Portland, Oregon, with ten therapists that work in the practice. You heard that right - no insurance! Maegan also has another business called The Introverted CEO where she helps other introverted business owners create businesses that work for th…
 
In this episode, we are talking with Sarah Kate Valatka, a therapist in private practice in Virginia, about her journey to raise her fees and make her schedule work for her. She will also share what she learned about the ways her boundaries in her private practice, and around her private practice, were not in line with the kind of therapist she wan…
 
In this episode, we are speaking with Stevon Lewis, a therapist in private practice, who is truly demonstrating what it's like to be a therapist in the world who is making a bigger impact, without sacrificing his own mental, emotional, financial wellbeing in order to do it. He understands that both are possible - by getting out there, doing good wo…
 
In this episode, we are talking with Canadian therapist, Olethea Pimenta, who was on the show in April 2019. We’ll talk about what has transpired since then. And OH-BOY, has a lot transpired. In 2018, when she joined Lean In. MAKE BANK., Olethea’s husband was out of work, she had just had a baby, was coming off of maternity leave, and going back in…
 
In this episode, we’re speaking with Lauren Selfridge, a therapist in private practice, who is going to be talking about what it took for her to raise her fees and why she had to change her schedule. She actually found out on the verge of her private practice that she had MS, which really impacted how she went into private practice. We're going to …
 
In this episode, we’re speaking with therapist Annie Schuessler who just ended her 20-year private practice in order to move forward with her “side hustle” that has become so much more. She is now a business coach for therapists and healers who want to create something beyond 1-1 private practice, be that courses, programs, workshops, or retreats. …
 
In this episode, we’re speaking with Uriah Guilford, a therapist who built a very successful group practice, his own private practice, and also went on to create a successful virtual assistant business called ProductiveTherapist.com that generates income even when he’s not working. Uriah is now in a place where if he wants to create change, he has …
 
In this episode, we’re speaking with Linzy Bonham from Money Nuts and Bolts. She is a therapist turned business owner who also works with therapists around money. Linzy focuses on getting your money systems in place in a way that allows you to feel good and confident about how you are managing your money. You are going to hear about her private pra…
 
In this episode, we're speaking with Holly Anderson, one of our Lean In MAKE BANK grads. Before she got into Lean In. MAKE BANK, she was charging $125 per session. Then she raised her fees by $10 and was like, "I don't need Tiffany's program. I just raised by $10. I'm a baller." But some part of her realized that she had work to do yet and she deci…
 
In this episode, we're speaking with Raelyn Koop, a Licensed Professional Counselor in Kansas City, Missouri. She has been in private practice for six years. In 2017, she also launched a counseling center that trains counseling interns as well as “incubates” post-graduates interested in launching their own private practices. Let me ask you this: Ha…
 
In this episode, we get to hear from Philadelphia-based therapist Kim Wheeler Poitevien went from charging $125 to charging $180. This episode has So Many Gems. If you're struggling to raise fees and value the work you're doing, especially when Covid19 has met with a much needed systemic uprising, then this episode is for you. In this episode, Kim …
 
In this episode, we get to hear from three therapists who share their experience with Stepping it UP in a time of Covid-19, despite difficult circumstances. There's Rachel, who returned from maternity leave right when shelter-in-place started. Rather than falling into despair, she continued to build her practice with clients who were eager and read…
 
Folks. Folks. Word on the street is, you gotta lower your fees, hurry and get on insurance panels if you're foolish enough to not already be on them and claw desperately, nails all crusty and dank, to hold onto whatever clients you got in this time of corona virus numero 19. That's no way to live and it's certainly no way to practice. Ready to step…
 
In this episode, we're speaking with Nick Bognar, a Pasadena based therapist and host of the More Exemplary podcast, who implemented a no-cancellation policy in his private practice. Let me ask you this: What do you do when a seasoned professional instructor challenges your no-cancellation policy in a room full of therapists? This exact thing happe…
 
In this episode, we'll hear from Rose Kormanyos, a therapist in private practice and graduate of Lean In. MAKE BANK. I've had the privilege of working with Rose in many different capacities and her story is truly inspiring. She comes from a science background and always thought of herself as the "trailing spouse" in which her husband was the primar…
 
If you didn't grow up with money, it's hard to find financial advisors and tax people who you can trust. This is why I like to bring on the folks from WellnessFi so you can get to know them, learn more about their story, and make an informed decision about who to entrust with your money. Today, we'll be hearing from Eddie Valls, founder of Wellness…
 
In this episode, we'll hear from Dr. Dori Gatter, a psychotherapist and business consultant, who left her agency job to start her own private practice 25 years ago. She now charges over $300 for individuals and over $400 for couples. Dori will talk about how she started making changes incrementally and then ultimately, blew it out of the water. She…
 
In this episode, we'll hear from New York based therapist, Dr. Heather Stevenson who stands firmly behind her fee...no matter what. You see, Heather is still in the process of growth. Her practice is not full, she hasn't yet met her income goals, and she doesn't have clients lined up at her door. But what she does have is the strength and courage t…
 
In this very first mailbag episode, I'll be answering questions submitted by Dr. Amy Parks and Dr. Leslie Blevins. We'll be talking about what it means to go before the rest of our field to make bold and daring changes in our practice. How do we engage with our community, our peers, when charging full fee, getting off insurance panels, or implement…
 
In this episode, we'll hear from Atlanta based therapist Marquita Johnson who, after 10 years in private practice, got off insurance panels and raised her fees. I was so curious to speak with her and find out what changed and how she made this transition. So often I hear from listeners one (or several) of a million different excuses as to why they'…
 
Welcome back for Season 2 of The Money Sessions! This year we’re going to be exploring a new topic: What does it mean for those of us who come from working class backgrounds to build wealth - both financial and emotional wealth? How do we do it? What gets in the way? What don’t we know that holds us back and how do we get beyond these unknown barri…
 
Welcome to the last episode of 2019 and of Season 1! We're so excited to dive into 2020 and continue bringing you stories of therapists making changes in their practice and learning more about how this impacts their clinical work. BUT, in this new year, this new decade, we're on a mission to discuss not only financial wealth, but emotional wealth a…
 
In this episode, we will hear from Najla Sallum. Look, we do get into this work for personal reasons. Nobody sits back and says, "Hey, I want to make great money doing work that I can leave at the door. I know! I'll become a therapist." So what happens if you are a minority in a small community of minorities who you want to serve - can you still ch…
 
In this episode, we hear from Memphis based therapist Montoyia McGowan. Montoyia was one of my earlier LIMB students and she rocked it in terms of really leaning into her money mindset stories and challenging the narratives that she had adopted from her family of origin and society at large. Her journey is far from finished, but in this episode, yo…
 
In this episode, we get to hear from New York based therapist Stephanie Dobbin. Stephanie is a relationally based group process therapist who, on a dare from a friend, raised her fees from $110 to $150. She was nervous, but she took the chance. What happened? The very first client that called after she stated her fee, said "No thank you! We'll find…
 
It's exhausting putting all the extra hours into your practice now so you can afford to live the life you love later. But what if you could overcome the fear of raising your rates while creating a schedule that works for you in order to live the life you love AS-uh-AP? Join me today for my first interview with a psychologist consultant to find out …
 
Woah! I love this episode. We're diving in with Mickey Kerr from WellnessFi a book-keeping and tax specialist advising organization that specializes in working with therapists. We're going to talk about my $16,000 tax mistake. Back in 2018, I paid over 20k towards my student loans and saved just about 20k for my maternity leave - only to find out, …
 
In this episode, we get to hear from another Ohio based therapist, John Harrison. John grew up with money messages that did not serve him and he became aware of how these messages were playing out in his practice in ways that weren't serving him. In this episode, he'll share how he slowly raised his fee over time (and even slid backwards for a whil…
 
The Queen's portrait has returned to Stormont House, Prince Andrew issues statement, World Water Week in Sweden, a royal wedding anniversary and 40th Anniversary since Louis Mountbatten's death. See more in this week's show. Visit our website https://rightroyalroundup.com.au. Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/RightRoyalRoundup, follow us…
 
In this episode, we get to hear from New York psychoanalyst Teresa Solomita. Teresa and I go waaay back. Well, way back to 2017 when she participated in a beta marketing program I was testing out. While I pulled the plug on the program, our friendship has remained electrifying (see what I did there?). In this episode, you get to hear both of us tal…
 
In this episode, we will be hearing from New York/New Jersey based therapist Donna Corbett. I have heard from so many therapists (100% of them women) who talk about the fact that they treat their private practice more like a hobby than a profession. In this episode, Donna shares the story of losing her husband, thus forcing her to become a single p…
 
Kyra Grossman is doing everything right - he's raised his fees, is able to afford nice vacations, and he's finally earning enough to pay for retirement and up his professional game by paying for things like for great consultation, yet he can't shake the feeling that he is on the path to becoming a selfish, greedy capitalist human being. Look, money…
 
In this episode, we get to hear from Ohio based therapist Zoey Holguin who defied the odds by going cash pay in her insurance based town and how this gave her the space to start an online business and scale up her practice. Why this change? Because, despite having filled her practice in 8 months, she found out that she still wasn't happy. By asking…
 
In this episode, we get to hear from Virginia based therapist Jenn Fredette. In this episode, Jenn is going to talk about just how hard it was for her to leave her group practice, given that she felt responsible to stick with the people who launched her into her professional career, but why she ultimately decided to leave. AND - how she went straig…
 
In this session, we get to hear from Emily Whitish, a therapist just outside of Seattle who decided to get off *most* insurance panels and raise her rates to $200/session despite living in a small town. She specializes in working with people who have chronic illness and found a way to serve the clients she is passionate about serving, without sacri…
 
US President Donald Trump meets Queen Elizabeth, D-Day 75th Anniversary, including George VI's Speech, King Juan Carlos retires and Princess Madeleine's book launch. See more in this week's show. Become a patron today https://www.patreon.com/join/rightroyalroundup? Visit our website http://rightroyalroundup.com.au. Like us on Facebook https://www.f…
 
In this episode of The Money Sessions, we get to hear from Dr. Jacque Straight. Jacque went from a blue collar upbringing to successful private practice owner by really challenging the limiting money stories she learned growing up. In 2018, she made the leap and went off insurance panels, moving to a premium fee, cash pay practice. This move alone …
 
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