For many therapists, the road to entrepreneurship is not a smooth, linear process -- and on today’s episode, you’ll hear about that journey firsthand. Sarah Good is an OT, a mindfulness teacher and an entrepreneur based out of Ontario, Canada. She’s had her own practice for over six years but it was during the pandemic when she really leaned into being creative with her service delivery model while on lockdown with her family.
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In this episode you’ll hear about:
How Sarah supports clients with invisible health challenges, including mood disorders, chronic pain and sleep challenges
The trials and tribulations of embracing technology as a practice owner
An OT approach to supporting women through perimenopause
Sarah’s journey from accidental entrepreneur to CEO
The major shifts to her business as a result of the pandemic and lockdown restrictions
The biggest hurdle she had to overcome in bringing her program online (hint: it had nothing to do with technology!)
How Sarah is bringing more mindfulness tools to members of the OT profession
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