Kate Walsh has signed with WME. She was previously at CAA. Walsh is probably best known for playing Dr. Addison Montgomery on ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy and toplining spinoff Private Practice which ran for six seasons. She is coming off a starring role on the short-lived NBC comedy series Bad Judge and a recurring role on the first season of Fargo on FX. Show More Summary
The ATL Academy for Private Practice: Volume 1 -- Getting Started eBook offers insight into meeting the challenges of starting and optimizing your small firm or solo practice.
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More and more I see families in my private practice who come for help with their child's anxiety. They present with a child who is worried about life, in clinical terms a child with generalized anxiety. The child fears many things including: Being alone, what others think of them, how they will perform, and trying new things. Show More Summary
The door between public service and private industry is a revolving one. Examples abound of regulators who join the industries they once supervised and ex-politicians who made millions as corporate lobbyists. Lawyers are no special case. Plenty of attorneys leave practice for public service, only to return after a......
Obituaries of residents from the District, Maryland and Northern Virginia.Herbert E. Adelman, lawyerHerbert E. Adelman, 82, a Washington lawyer engaged in private practice since 1966, died May 20 at his home in Arlington, Va. The cause was a brain tumor, said a daughter, Jennifer Adelman.Read full article >>
I never really watched medical shows, even before and during medical school. I watched maybe one season of ER, a couple of seasons of Grey’s Anatomy and House MD and maybe one episode each of Private Practice, Chicago Hope, Emily Owens MD and other random medical shows. The only medical show I made an exception […]
Who knows you better than anyone in the world? Well, you do, of course! Does this sound strange, coming from a psychologist? After years of being in private practice, I've learned that most people really do have the answer to their problems, the key to their hopes, wishes and fears. Show More Summary
In the last several shifts I’ve worked in the ED I’ve had more people stop and compliment me on my care. I’ve heard the usual, “Do you have a private practice?” compliment and, “I’ve been here a lot and you really took the time to hear what I was saying, I appreciate that.” Kudos are […]
Pain is tough, of course, but the thoughts and feelings of shame which pain can stir up are the real nightmare. In my own history and my private practice teaching adults with pain, feelings of shame are never far behind a chronic pain condition. In our culture, it seems easy to interpret pain or loss of function as a personal failure. read more
Pain is tough, of course, but the thoughts and feelings which pain can stir up are the real nightmare. In my own history and my private practice teaching adults with pain, feelings of shame are never far behind a chronic pain condition. In our culture, it seems easy to interpret pain or loss of function as a personal failure. read more
Tomorrow night (4 June) 1COR and JUSTICE are holding a seminar on public law in an age of austerity. The seminar is designed for solicitors (whether in private practice or in-house) and those working in the civil justice and human rights sector. Topics include: introduction to Public Law: Judicial Review Principles, Procedure and Funding Human […]
Television executive Shonda Rhimes, known for creating the television shows Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal and Private Practice, has inked a book deal with Simon & Schuster. The Year of Yes, which comes out in November, tells the story of the...Show More Summary
Obituaries of residents from the District, Maryland and Northern Virginia.George A. Courie, physicianGeorge A. Courie, 90, a physician who had a private practice in Washington and also worked at the National Institutes of Health and as a medical officer at IBM, died April 4 at his home in Potomac, Md. Show More Summary
Benjamin Barton, a professor at the University of Tennessee Law School, has generously some shared tax data he’s collected on the earnings of lawyers in private practice. Prof. Barton’s new book, GLASS HALF FULL: THE DECLINE AND REBIRTH OF THE AMERICAN LEGAL PROFESSION will be published next month by Oxford University Press. Here’s OUP’s summary: […]
A retired Queens doctor was busted Thursday for turning his private practice into a pill-peddling operation.
After four years working as a child and adolescent psychiatrist in Brooklyn treating the underserved, I decided it was time to dedicate myself fully to my growing private practice. Functioning solely as an out of network provider in private practice, as expected, my clientele grossly changed. Unlike my hospital patients, a majority of my patients […]
Sarah Blaine said: ten years into private practice, I don’t draw on my two months of intensive bar test prep to advise my clients or manage my work. I don’t rely on essay formulas to craft my briefs, and of course I have never encountered an MBE-style multiple choice question. But the thing is… PMBR [...]
Going into my final few months of residency, I am somewhat puzzled knowing that so many of my colleagues are signing contracts with hospital-owned outpatient practices or are going into subspecialist fellowship training or have plans to work as a hospitalist. As someone who plans to go into solo private practice, I feel like an […]