Tag: Ethics

Steps to success, pt. 3: saying “No” and sticking to what you believe in

In my third installment in this series, I want to talk about the importance of the word “No”. Every employer or teacher appreciates a go-getter attitude, and if you want to evolve and get better, you must always be willing to do a little bit of everything. But the opposite is also true: sometimes saying […]

How to maintain a healthy relationship with your patient – Part II

So, the second part in this series is about the financial issues that can come up during a treatment. There’s nothing worse than a financial surprise for your patients halfway throughout the treatment. These things need to be seriously organized and planned on the first appointment, and that’s why I always insist on having a […]

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