Center CEU Luncheon: Pathways toward Private Practice
Practical Preparation for Launching and Growing a Private Practice
Are you interested in having your own counseling private practice? Are you just beginning the process or struggling in the process on the path to a successful private practice? Whether this is a near goal or a dream for years down the road, don’t miss this opportunity for a nuts-and-bolts look at what it takes to get a private practice launched.
Join us for this informative CEU luncheon hosted by the Henderson Wessendorff Center to discuss the important steps required for building a successful counseling private practice. Master’s level counseling private practitioner Pamela Bermender, LMFT-S, will share her experience and wisdom with you.
Topics to be covered are:
- The personal and professional preparations that lead to a successful private practice.
- The internal and external resources needed for establishing and maintaining a private practice.
- The major ethical and legal issues commonly encountered by private practitioners.
Everyone is welcome to come and learn more about this important topic. Social workers and professional counselors will receive one (1) CEU credit for this luncheon.
Registration deadline is April 1st.
Lunch will be provided for $10 per person. Please see registration form for payment information. (Please contact Christine Anderson at email@example.com if you prefer a vegetarian lunch.) If you wish to bring your own lunch, then there will be no charge.
Pamela Bermender earned her Master of Arts in Marriage & Family Therapy from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. After graduation Ms. Bermender provided therapy and counseling services at the Family Life Chaplain Training & Resource Center (FLCTC) at Fort Hood, Texas while also starting a private practice in Austin. Ms. Bermender currently serves on the UMHB Graduate Counseling Program Advisory Committee and also provides supervision for LMFT-Associates. Learn more about Pamela Bermender and her practice.