Anthony Centore

Anthony Centore, Ph.D., is private practice consultant for the ACA, founder of Thriveworks Counseling (with locations in 9 states), and author of the book, How to Thrive in Counseling Private Practice. Anthony is a licensed counselor in Massachusetts and Virginia. Find him on Twitter at @anthonycentore or @Thriveworks.


  • When Building a Counseling Practice, Brand Extensions are Not the Answer

    Jun 12, 2015
    Maintaining Brand Consistency for your Counseling Practice A counseling center in Nashville, Tennessee — called Healthy Mind* — is struggling to fill their clinicians’ caseloads.
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  • If You Hate Networking (and Marketing), Try “Colliding” Instead

    Jun 08, 2015
    It’s a paradox that for all the time we counselors spend communicating with persons in session, many of us are by nature introspective and introverted (and sometimes even reclusive) individuals. This serves us well as counselors — counseling is in fact isolating work — but our introverted dispositions can handicap us as promoters of our private practices.
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  • How Long Does it Take to Open a Counseling Practice?

    Jun 01, 2015
    Zero to One Client in Seven Days I was speaking with a licensed counselor and she asked me “If I wanted to get started in private practice, how long would it take me to open my doors and see my first client?” I thought about the question for a minute, and replied: “With a couple thousand dollars and a close to full-time commitment, you could be open and seeing your first client within a week.”
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  • How to Delegate a Task: 9 Important Steps

    May 19, 2015
    Delegation is one of the most important skills for a business owner to master. Done well, delegation will help get you out of the day-to-day minutia and allow you to focus your attention on broader company issues. In addition, good delegation can increase the morale, confidence and productivity of your team.
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  • 8 Tips for Naming Your Counseling Practice

    May 11, 2015
    What's in a Name? Naming your practice is like getting a tattoo. It’s painful. And, excluding expensive surgery, it’s something you’re stuck with for life. As difficult as it may be to decide on what, you know, you want to be known as to the public, I’ll provide some pointers on picking a good name for your practice.
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