The Maine Psychological Association presents....
Building a Strong Foundation: A Panel Discussion on Practice Development and Management for the Early Career Psychologist
When: February 16, 2018 8:45am-noon
Where: Maine Cancer Foundation 170 Rt. 1 Suite 250 Falmouth, ME
Joel Guarna, PhD,
Julian Perille, PsyD
Christine Gray, PsyD
Jeff Matranga, PhD
Moderator: Tom Cooper, PsyD
3 CE Credits
Cost: includes continental breakfast
Please join us for a lively panel discussion on the ”how-to’s” of establishing a successful psychology practice in Maine. Learn from established practitioners on topics such as networking and practice development, ethical challenges, uses of technology, and working in multi-disciplinary settings. Come with your questions, concerns and success stories to share with your colleagues. Although this seminar is primarily geared towards those in the early phases of their careers, this will also be an informative session for any psychologist seeking to build and sustain a successful practice.
After attending this workshop attendees will have a better understanding of
- first-hand experience, strategies and potential missteps of starting a practice from the perspectives of more experienced colleagues.
- strategies for promoting services with primary care offices, including how to maintain referral sources and collaborative relationships with primary care physicians.
- how to incorporate technology into a practice both from management and clinical perspectives.
Directions to the Maine Cancer Foundation: from the North: Take Exit 10 off I-95 Turn left onto Bucknam Rd. Turn right onto US Rt. 1. Travel 8/10ths of a mile to 170 US Rt. 1. MCF will be on the right. Look for the large sign with 170 and Maine Cancer Foundation on it. From the South: Take I-295 N. Just north of Portland take ramp right for US Rt.1N. Keep left. 4/10ths of a mile to 170 US Rt. 1. MCF will be on the left side. Look for the large sign with 170 and Maine Cancer Foundation on it.
There is a parking lot in front and on the side of the building.