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Want to Build a Successful Practice? Answer two questions…

January 25, 2018

If you want to grow your peacemaking practice, consider these two questions;

  1. What do you hope to help others achieve through your service?
  2. What are all the ways you can help others achieve the outcome you seek for them?

Once you answer those two questions, forget about websites and blog telling me what you are… tell me what you hope to help your clients achieve and the many ways you can go about it. That is how you build your practice and service offerings.

Put that on your website and in your blogs. Speak to people about meeting their needs and how you can go about doing so.

When people ask me what I do for a living, I tell them, “I help people feel better about themselves and I help people get along with others as best as possible.”

I have a long list of ways I go about it.

The rest is commentary and details.

Believing in the power of collaborative practice, mediation and other peacemaking approaches, I am keen to help others build successful practices

I am Gary Direnfeld and I am a social worker. Check out all my services and then call me if you need help with a personal issue, mental health concern, child behavior or relationship, divorce or separation issue or even help growing your practice. I am available in person and by Skype.

Gary Direnfeld, MSW, RSW for counseling and support – to build your successful practice


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Gary Direnfeld is a social worker. Courts in Ontario, Canada, consider him an expert in social work, marital and family therapy, child development, parent-child relations and custody and access matters. Gary is the host of the TV reality show, Newlywed, Nearly Dead, parenting columnist for the Hamilton Spectator and author of Marriage Rescue: Overcoming the ten deadly sins in failing relationships. Gary maintains a private practice in Dundas and Georgina Ontario, providing a range of services for people in distress. He speaks at conferences and workshops throughout North America. He consults to mental health professionals as well as to mediators and collaborative law professionals about good practice as well as building their practice.


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