Creating an Authentic Practice – The Ups and Downs of Building a Group Practice with Ous Badwan

Creating an Authentic Practice – The Ups and Downs of Building a Group Practice with Ous Badwan

Episode

About this Episode:

Dr. Ous Badwan speaks openly about the beauty and the pitfalls of starting and growing a private practice in this ever-changing world. Ous shares genuine and valuable advice and feedback he has gained through first-hand experience on ways to create and sustain an authentic and thriving practice.

Presenter

About Ous:

Dr. Badwan’s clinical work is primarily focused on the area of child psychology. He is a fellowship trained psychologist with a post-doctoral specialization from the University of Colorado’s School of Medicine, through the Harris Program In Child Development and Infant Mental Health. Currently, he provides clinical and assessment services through his practice at Birch Psychology. He also serves as adjunct supervisor at the University of Denver’s Graduate School of Professional Psychology, and as president of Colorado Association for Infant Mental Health (CoAIMH).

Learn more about his practice at https://www.birchpsychology.com/home

Citation

APA Citation for this Episode:

Smith, J. (Producer). (2020, October 10). EP188: Creating an Authentic Practice – The Ups and Downs of Building a Group Practice with Ous Badwan [Audio Podcast]. The Thoughtful Counselor. Retrieved from https://wp.me/p7R6fn-XmD.

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