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Looking for a better, cheaper way to grow and manage your private practice?

Becoming a licensed behavioral health professional is hard work. Managing your private practice shouldn't be. 

Here at Triad we are committed to providing you with invaluable tools, resources, and services that help you focus on your patients.  Our latest launch, Practice Management, provides you with everything you need to run your practice.

Manage your patients, appointments, payments, and documents from a secure, HIPAA-compliant app.

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Lindsay Miller
Private Practice Consultant at SonderMind

Interested in expanding your practice?

Working with SonderMind: The Easy Way To Build Your Private Practice

SonderMind connects mental health providers to networks of new patients, helps with payor credentialing, manages the billings and claims processes, and guarantees instant payment on claims. 

We know therapy works. That's why we’re redesigning mental healthcare to make it easier to find and access therapy; all while using insurance. 

If you are a licensed therapist and would like to grow a practice with the type of clients and caseload you’ve always wanted send me a message! Or email/text me at, (720)-637-4713




Let's TalkTriad Team
Let's Talk A Triad Production

Missed the Let's Talk Webinar on Ways to Build Your Practice? Watch the recording now.

Starting a practice is exciting and can require us to be creative when it comes to growth and increasing our services. Join us as we explore some of the best practices for broadening your opportunities for growth.

Meet Our Speaker:
Dr. Elizabeth Stanton is a Licensed Psychologist (CA). She graduated from San Diego State University (BA, in English and Psychology), Wesleyan University (MA, Psychology), and Southern California Seminary (MA and PsyD, Clinical Psychology). During the last 12 years, Dr. Stanton has worked to promote accessible quality-learning and student success in higher education.

Her roles have included, Vice President for Academics, Department Chair, Associate Professor, WSCUC Accreditation Liaison Officer, and supervisor for Student Life, Campus Services, and Campus-Government Relations. She participates in community efforts to address violence and other areas of collective concern.

Currently, she has a private practice in San Diego that supports the needs of individuals, couples, and families. She also serves as an Instructor, Coach, and Content Developer for Triad. 

Watch the recording now!

After you watch the webinar recording, continue the conversation in the Let's Talk Ways To Build Your Practice discussion group.

This episode resumes the conversation with Dr. Graham Taylor and Dr. Jana Martin. In our last episode, we discussed the nuts and bolts of setting up one's private practice. In today’s episode, we discuss nuts and bolts of planning for retirement from a mental health practice. Dr. Jana Martin is the CEO of The Trust , a provider of malpractice insurance and other products for psychologists and allied healthcare professionals.

Jana's clinical experience includes many years of working in hospitals and mental health clinics, as well as independent practice in which she worked with children, adolescents, and adults. Together they discuss using your license in a myriad of opportunities for professional and personal expression, balancing your private practice with other areas of interest, planning for retirement and savings plans, understanding your malpractice insurance and other aspects of insurance, and finally the grief process in giving up your practice. Success doesn't happen by accident. You make it happen and that's important for practitioners to think about.