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This is a discussion on PMHNP growing a private practice, what book should I write? in Entrepreneurs in Nursing, part of Nursing Specialties ... I'm going to be joining a practice that specializes in PTSD. Maybe a PTSD book would work well for...by algebra_demystified Aug 21, '12I'm going to be joining a practice that specializes in PTSD. Maybe a PTSD book would work well for that clientele. I know a great place to drop off copies of a book that would draw in some business. There is already a strong pipeline of potential patients through the group's connection with a local mental health hospital, and they have a backlogged waitlist.
Then again, I'm located in the Pacific Northwest. I could probably drum up a lot of business with a book concentrating on SAD. That might be a good application of my training.
Dual diagnosis is kind of played out here. There are a ton of facilites for that. ADHD might be a good one to focus on with group therapy sessions being a part of how to gather potential patients together for mutual support
What do you think? SAD or PTSD? I'm not sure which one would bring in more clients.
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- Aug 21, '12 by tothepointeLVNAn informational booklet? Or a book book with lots of pages and a publisher?
- Aug 21, '12 by tothepointeLVNI also have to add this. I hope this bumps it up so someone more helpful than I can give you a real answer.
- Aug 21, '12 by woohI think if you're going to do something, do something you're passionate about. Write about something you're passionate about. Draw in clients that you're passionate about.
- Aug 22, '12 by VivaLasViejasI'm a PAC NW'er too, and I vote for SAD. It's a frequent companion up here thanks to our perpetually grey skies during the fall, winter, and spring. Oh, and it complicates the h*!! out of my bipolar.