Dedicated to helping modern therapreneurs kick (more) ass by leaning into their own creativity
Online courses designed to foster your creativity, inspire you and help your therapreneurial side shine
I'm Kimberly Goodrich - therapist, therapreneur, business owner, mom and self-proclaimed planner addict.
I've always been a lover of all things planner-related - journals, planners, desk supplies and everything in between. Owning my own business for years, my planner has been (and continues to be) my savior for keeping me on task. (Can't even imagine what I'd do without it!)
During the pandemic, I found myself exhausted, burnt out and I even started wondering if I wanted to be a therapist anymore.
The one thing I knew for sure was that I needed to take a pause and find some time for ME. With that, I got back into my love of art and drawing in my journal. I started to learn things like lettering techniques and journaling styles. It felt SO good to reignite this passion that I seemed to have lost over the years.
So I thought....
Why couldn't I combine my love of artwork with my business?
I learned different ways to incorporate my creativity into my work planning and goal-setting. This not only reawakened my love for my work; my drive and confidence skyrocketed and allowed me to really grow my business in a way that felt right for me.
My goal is to help other therapists do the same.
Our work is important - but so is having our own time to be creative and see where it can lead us.
"Kim makes creating plans for your practice beautiful and fun! The course includes a lot of ideas and visual examples to help therapists create a planner that will work for them. I appreciate that Kim encourages therapists to find the approach that works for them and give us permission to have different planning wants and needs! I am a huge fan of tracking data to inform the decisions we make in our practices and Kim's ideas make tracking a lovely creative experience in addition to a helpful tool. I have always been a therapist who enjoys developing action plans and lists of priorities, but I can't wait to get some new supplies and dive into a more creative approach to planning."
- Sarah Leitschuh, MA, LMFT www.sarahleitschuh.com