|Gratitude for Community
I hope you are all doing well and staying cool during the heat waves of this very warm summer. My wish for each of you includes both rest and adventure during this season of vacations – and enjoyable time with friends and family. As for me, I have been enjoying the slower pace of summer, the outdoor activities and gatherings with friends, and the time to relax with family.
Today, I feel incredibly grateful for community. The Resiliency Center hosted the second part of the EMDR Basic Training for twelve wonderful clinicians this month. We also welcomed Wendy Sunderlin, Counselor and Life Coach, and Joel Edelman, Nutritionist, to our community of practitioners at the center. As our networking events continue to be well attended, it is rewarding to see new connections being made and relationships deepening. When we work together and support one another, the positive possibilities are endless. I am thankful to each of you for being a part of our community.
This issue of our Resiliency Center
newsletter for helping professionals includes an introduction to Christina Talucci, a warm and skilled member of our community. I have also included links to information about laughter yoga, a special offer for those interested in practice-building, an excerpt from a recent post in my Resilient Helpers Blog, and information about networking opportunities.
If you would like to be featured as a practitioner in future newsletters or have a program or service to announce, please email me at Elizabeth@elizabethvenart.com
. I’d love to share your information.
Wishing you peace, joy, and prosperity,
Free & Half-Price Consultations to Grow your Practice
If you have been considering attending one of my practice-building workshops or beginning individual consultation but haven’t yet acted on it, this offer is for you. This month, I am offering a FREE 45-minute individual consultation to the first three people who respond to this offer. If you have already attended a workshop or met with me individually, I am happy to offer you 50% off your next consultation whenever you refer a friend – anytime between now and the end of September.
I absolutely LOVE working with therapists and other healthcare and healing arts practitioners to grow their practices. There are so many talented professionals out there whose practices just aren’t as busy as they could be, and I love being a part of the solution. Through consultation work, practitioners identify what they love and find meaningful in the work, create a vision for growing their practice that focuses on this passion, and begin taking active steps to take them from where they are to where they want to be.
Christina Talucci is the owner of CMT Consulting LLC, which is an established medical billing company specializing in Behavioral Health. She has been serving individual to small practices in the health care community for over nine years. She helps businesses navigate through the medical insurance issues of processing claims, verifying benefits, solving denial problems and meeting daily challenges. According to Christina, her job is to "make the headaches of medical billing disappear."
Partnering with Christina gives you more time in your practice for clinical work, increased cash flow, personalized attention to your needs, and a company with a personal touch. She takes you through each step of the billing process from start to finish. Not only does she submit claims electronically whenever possible, she follows up on with all claims and authorization as needed to make sure you get paid in a timely manner.
Christina is a member of:
HBMA (Healthcare Billing and Management Association)
WRN Montco (Women Referral Network Montgomery County)
WOBN (Women Owned Business Network) @MCCC
To learn more, please contact:
CMT Consulting LLC
P.O.Box 94, Flourtown, PA 19031
Sharing Who You Are and What You Do
If you would like your practice featured in our monthly newsletter, please send a short profile, along with your interests, areas of specialization, and contact information, to Elizabeth Venart, Resiliency Center Director, at Elizabeth@elizabethvenart.com
. You will receive a confirmation email back and details about when your profile will be featured.
In July, The Resiliency Center
hosted the second half of the EMDR Basic Training with trainer Barb Maiberger (from Boulder, Colorado) and twelve dedicated and caring clinicians. As a Certified EMDR therapist, I was honored to participate in the training as a consultant and to offer support and guidance to the therapists learning this new modality. Over these three days, I felt inspired by the courage I witnessed in our practitioner community. A large part of the EMDR training is experiential, as therapists authentically engage from the roles of both counselor and client. Bearing witness to the risks taken by the community of clinicians in the EMDR training was deeply gratifying, as I saw tremendous openness, compassion, and health among this amazing group of practitioners. Allowing ourselves to be vulnerable is rarely easy. > Read More
Professional Networking Breakfasts
Wednesday, 8/3, 9:00 am
Mark your calendar and plan to join us every 1st Wednesday of the month for our free networking breakfasts. They provide a relaxed and enjoyable opportunity to connect with healthcare and healing arts practitioners from a variety of professional backgrounds, to share your expertise and passion for the work, and to make meaningful contacts in growing your practice.
> Learn more or RSVP online
or call 215-542-5004.
Stay connected in the meantime by joining our online community
to post your profile, introduce yourself, and make connections with the other professionals in our area.