Are you a therapist thinking about branching out into teaching?
Get my free guide: Why Therapists Should Teach (and A Couple Reasons Why They Shouldn't).
You're a therapist who's always had the dream of teaching grad school. You have so much knowledge you want to pass on to next gen therapists. But you have Qs: how do I find teaching positions? Do I need a doctorate? What should I put on my resume? How do I develop a syllabus??? How much does it pay??
As core faculty and chair of a graduate program, I can help. I learned how to navigate the system without much support, and now I want to pass on what I've learned. In my workshop, you will learn how to navigate the adjunct job world, how to build a strong resume of relevant experience, and how to initially design a course to teach both theory and clinical skills.
I am especially interested in helping marginalized folks break into the field: we need more people like YOU in this work, teaching therapists how to therapy.
What do I even know about teaching? Here are some things students have said in my course evaluations.