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Episode 155 - How to CYA Your Private Practice with a Court Policy



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startup nation, meet: Dr.Kate Campbell & Katie Lemieux


Nicol is an expert witness, child custody evaluator and court performance coach. She helps therapists CYA ! She loves court and accepts that, that makes her odd in a community of healers.


Fun Fact: Nicol's first time testifying she tanked, and then she decided to go back and learn everything she could about court. She is now recruited by top law firms to work as their expert and educate their attorneys and the court about therapy and child abuse.


show notes

  1. Why everyone needs a court policy in their intake

  2. What happens when we don't have a court policy in place

  3. What should be included &

  4. Setting boundaries & fees


Resources & giveaways


Guest's contact information

 

Meet your co-hosts:

Kate & Katie



 

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