Building a Successful Private Practice

  • July 19, 2019
  • 8:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Antioch University Santa Barbara, 602 Anacapa Street, Santa Barbara


  • Student currently enrolled in a graduate level psychology program.
  • A professional headshot photographer will be shooting images on site. He will retouch and email your headshot after the workshop. Limited to first 25 to sign up.
  • Professional headshot for use on your website and in your marketing materials.
  • LCSW, PhD, Psyd
  • SBCAMFT membership must be paid and current as this is a member benefit.

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Building a Successful Private Practice Series

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This workshop series is designed to help therapists gain fundamental business and marketing skills needed to grow a thriving private practice. In this workshop, we assist attendees in defining personal barriers to success while also sharing best practices and resources.

Presenter: Jenn Kennedy, LMFT, SBCAMFT President

"Building a Successful Private Practice: Branding, Marketing, Advertising, Finding a Niche That Fits You"

Jenn has a  BA in public relations and worked in PR and corporate communications for 5 years before pursing a career as freelance journalist. She has contributed to Santa Barbara Magazine, Montecito Journal, LA Confidential and Prevention Magazine. She authored Success by Design: Revealing Profiles of California Architects in 2011. Jenn is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice. She specializes in sexuality, addiction and LGBT issues. Jenn is the current president of Santa Barbara CAMFT.

Guest Presenter: Elizabeth Wolfson, LCSW

"The Meanings of Money in the Clinical Situation"

Elizabeth Wolfson, PhD, LCSW, has been a psychotherapist in private practice for over three decades working with individuals, couples and families.  She has served as clinical director of agencies, and as faculty and administrator in higher education including Columbia University School of Social Work and Antioch University Santa Barbara, where she was Department Chair of the MA in Clinical Psychology Program, and Director of Antioch’s Women and Leadership program.  She has consulted to corporations and organizations, is a co-founder of two non-profit organizations, and has written and presented on numerous topics including the topics of creativity, healthy aging, caregiving, the therapeutic relationship, and the significance and meaning of the fee in clinical practice.

July 19, 8:30-1:00 pm

Antioch University Santa Barbara, 602 Anacapa Street

Cost: Current Students: Free, SBCAMFT Members $20, All Others: $35

Professional headshots will be offered on site for first 25 SBCAMFT Members to reserve for $30. See reservation option that includes both headshot and registration ($50).

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