Coaching & Mentoring
Business coaching and mentoring has become a speciality for me. I wrote a book about setting up a psychology private practice (Fit for practice) which was based on 30 years of psychology practice management. I have worked as a solo practitioner, with a business partner in a regional setting and as a group practice manager for 17 years in Williamstown, a suburb of Melbourne operating Kaye Frankcom & Associates, a seven-figure turnover practice.
Supervision with me can encompass case presentation, developing the supervisee’s ability to work effectively with a range of client presentations, viewing videos of their work together, reviewing everything from clinical assessment to case formulation and treatment planning.
Training & Specialist Consultancy
In-house customised Implementation of Feedback Informed treatment in your practice, using the ORS and SRS to drive continuous improvement in your practice. Group supervision for your staff—facilitation of group supervision with a case presentation focus or training on a clinical topic of choice. In house training on clinical governance standards and how to implement policies and procedures within your practice that will help you if audited by Medicare Australia or AHPRA or other compliance bodies.
Private psychology requires vision, clinical expertise, leadership and business acumen.
You need someone who has the clinical, business and the health sector experience to support you and help you grow your practice in the direction that you value. I am that person.
– Kaye Frankcom
Key Insights from Kaye
Leaders in psychology like in many areas of human endeavor hold various offices in our professional organisations or related entities. Being a leader in your private practice (even if you are a solo practitioner and therefore a leader of one) is often an unsung role.
Kaye talks with Yianni Serpanos about the types of issues that should be tackled when deciding whether to enter into private practice and more.
Many of us are waiting on various reviews and Royal Commissions to know what our private practice landscape might look like in the next 5 years.
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Kaye Frankcom, Bruce Stevens, Philip Watts
Fit to Practice
Australian psychology practice today is a dynamic, well respected and increasingly competitive environment. Many new psychologists graduate with an expectation of setting up their own private practice. But how is that best done? What are the traps to avoid, the questions to ask, the knowledge needed to succeed? Find out here in this book written by three highly experienced psychologists with more than 75 years of private practice experience between them as well as backgrounds in academic training, dealing with complaints about psychologists, training and supervision of psychologists, and presenting as expert witnesses.