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Ep. 40: Bringing Your Private Practice Online (Priscilla Rodriguez, Modern Wellness Counseling)

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Our guest this week, Priscilla Rodriguez is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist based in Texas. And she’s also the owner of a boutique online private practice called Modern Wellness Counseling. The sole mission of her practice is to give couples and individuals the tools they need to thrive in relationships.

Priscilla Rodriguez and her team of clinicians focus on helping adults reclaim their connections with others. And that can be through healing emotional trauma and betrayal, learning how to manage anxiety and stress, or finding ways to self-love.

Today’s guest: Priscilla Rodriguez, Modern Wellness Counseling

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Priscilla Rodriguez, creator of Modern Wellness Counseling

Priscilla started her online business to share these skills through online courses too. The courses are great for those who may not have the time for traditional therapy. Or for those who are more comfortable with a self-paced at-home option. Priscilla and her team believe that you are your best asset. And that taking care of yourself, either through online counseling or online courses, will be your best investment.

In this episode, we sat down with Priscilla Rodriguez to discuss the importance of making therapy more accessible through online courses. And we discuss how she handles sensitive topics in therapy, how she manages burnout as an online business owner, and more.

Where to find Priscilla:

Priscilla’s website: www.modernwellnesscounseling.com

Priscilla’s Teachable school: https://enhancingyourrelationship.teachable.com/

Freebies: https://www.modernwellnesscounseling.com/freebies.html

To get a complete transcript of this interview, click here.

Author: Nina Godlewski, Nina is a Content Marketing Strategist at Teachable. She has a passion for taking complex topics and making them accessible for any reader. Previously she's written for Lending Tree, Fundera, Newsweek, and Business Insider.