An exclusive Live Webinar

3 Therapist Secrets to Money-Making CE Trainings

And how continuing education income from in-person and online

offerings is more achievable than you might think

Hosted by
Joe Sanok

Broadcast has ended.

April 13th
2:00 pm EDT

So many of us who work as mental health clinicians are eager to find new ways to scale our income and impact.

We have different sorts of reasons, sometime it is a desire that is driven from a need for additional creative outlets. Sometimes it comes from the wish to avoid burnout, so we are searching for ways to supplement our income so our client load can be less heavy. And other times we feel we have things to give to a wider audience that we do not have the hours in the day to serve in a traditional practice.

And in this live webinar, we would love to share with you one of the more exciting ways that therapists can create additional income while also increasing their clinical impact, and this is through organizing/leading your own continuing education trainings.

Whether in-person or online, doing continuing education (CE) is a regular part of the working year for most licensed therapists. And you do not need to be a professor or a published author to have impactful trainings that you are offering to other clinicians.

Please join Joe Sanok from the Practice of the Practice Podcast as he talks with Dr. David Hall of PsychMaven, who for years has been organizing and delivering profitable continuing education trainings to therapists, both in person and online.

Even if you cannot catch the live webinar time, still register above and we will make sure to get the replay to you.

In This Webinar, You Will Get To Hear:

How somebody can get started in the CE business

Join Joe as he asks David about his journey of starting a continuing education business for therapists at age 30 (and why David wishes he had started sooner).

3 Secrets to achieving CE training success

Learn the 3 secrets that David has to share about how doing your own CE trainings really is achievable for therapists, wherever they are in their careers

False beliefs that keep people from offering CE trainings

Many therapists have assumptions as to why they "cannot" or "should not" be doing their own continuing education offerings, and David will counter some of these core false beliefs

Live Q&A along with limited bonuses and discounts

For those who go through the full webinar, we have for you some exclusive bonuses including our tip-sheet to profitable CE planning, a copy of the webinar slides, and access to a time-limited discount. Along with a time for Q&A


About David Hall

Dr. Stephen "David" Hall is the founder and creative lead of PsychMaven, as group that provides psychotherapy continuing education and career-building resources for behavioral health professionals.

David started his first continuing education business in 2011, and since then he has taught and organized independent seminars and workshops throughout the United States and in the United Kingdom, and has hosted and presented multiple online CE courses. And most of all, David has a passion to help other clinicians learn how to lead their own CE trainings.

Beyond his teaching and consulting work, David is licensed in marriage & family therapy and in mental health counseling and serves as a supervisor for post-graduate therapists. He is the co-owner and clinic director of Haven Counseling Center in Knoxville, TN where he and his wife/business partner, Brandy, lead a team of lively therapists. You can find more at


About Joe Sanok

Joe Sanok has worked as a mental health counselor and is the host of the popular The Practice of the Practice Podcast, which is recognized as one of the Top 50 Podcasts worldwide with over 100,000 downloads each month. Bestselling authors, experts, scholars, and business leaders and innovators are featured and interviewed in the 550 plus podcast episodes he has done over the last several years.

Joe is also the author of the book Thursday is the New Friday: How to work fewer hours, make more money, and spend time doing what you want. The book examines how the four-day workweek boosts creativity and productivity. Joe has been featured on Forbes, GOOD Magazine, and The Smart Passive Income Podcast. You can find more at

April 13th
2:00 pm EDT