Launch Setting Up A Thriving Private Practice (10 Hours)
Up to 6 months to complete, no textbook required
“What got you here won’t get you there” says Dr. Marshall Goldsmith. This is never truer than with trained helping professionals who, armed with great clinical skills, wish to become entrepreneurs with great business skills. Setting up your own practice will put you on the path of lifelong learning, and so this course will give clinicians the starter skills they need to open a practice responsibly. Presented by a 40-year veteran practitioner and regulator, students will receive: direction on how to set up practice from the ground up, insights on regulation and supervisory considerations, a downloadable coursepack of private practice start-up tools (including templates for intake and consents).
Once payment is received, the student will receive a license key within one week, and can begin studies at a pace that is convenient for them. Please note that the course must be completed within a maximum of six months. The course content is varied and made up of lectures, viewings, demos, supplemental readings, and reflective practice exercises. There are no tests or exams, though there is a "Reflection and Action Plan" assignment that is meant to help the student prepare for the upstart of their practice.
Certificate of Completion
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Does the course offer any financial aid?
All students will receive a receipt. If you wish, you can also request an issuance of a T-2202 (or Tuition, Education and Textbook Amounts Certificate), which is an income tax form issued annually that recognizes education-related activity within the tax (calendar) year. It shows the amount of tuition paid that may be claimed for income tax purposes. You must request this specifically from Adler in time to file your annual income tax - it is not issued automatically.
Who is the contact person for the online courses?
Students may contact the Dean of Continuing Education, Ms. Beatrice Traub-Werner, for specific questions:
Beatrice Traub-Werner, MSW, RSW
Dean, Continuing Education
Adler Graduate Professional School
890 Yonge Street, 9th floor,
Tel: 416-923-4419 ext. 503