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Building a Team to Help Your Clients
This video post was contributed by Caryn Isaacs, Get Health Help a mentor for those who are building an advocacy practice. Building a Team to Help Your Clients Caryn Isaacs How can you acquire the knowledge you need? How can you get the answers you are looking for? Build a team of professionals as resources, people you can trust and recommend Participate in events and committees so others ask you to join their teams It takes time. Surround yourself with people you want to work with. Find Caryn’s Mentor Listing. Learn more about Caryn’s approach to mentoring. Meet other mentors who are available to help you. Suggest a Topic for this Blog Return to the Master List of Health & Patient Advocate Educational Programs.