Therapy can be a hard profession.
One challenge we face as professionals is the difficulty of finding referrals for clients we ourselves can’t fit in: for reasons of scheduling, insurance, or area of expertise.
So I set out to create a counseling practice with that gives therapists a place to go with that hard-to-place referral. I like to think of it as a social enterprise—a therapy practice that has as its guiding principle the ability to serve people no matter what insurance they have, no matter what issue they face, and no matter what age.
I shared the story with our friends at the Connections Newsletter. You can read the full article on page 3: