7 Things I wish I had Known before starting my private practice.
Are you a therapist with a thriving solo private practice, and looking to expand your private practice?
Discover the top financial blunders therapists often make in their private practices. Learn how to differentiate business and personal expenses, prioritize long-term savings, manage financial risk, create a succession plan, and take ownership of your financial journey. Avoid these pitfalls and ensure a prosperous future for both your practice and your clients.
Becoming a parent is exciting and transformative, but it can also present challenges, especially for therapists in private practice. Planning for maternity leave is crucial to ensure a smooth transition and maintain the well-being of clients, yourself, and your new baby. In this blog post, I will explore essential steps to help therapists prepare for…
Discover why setting up and funding a retirement savings plan is crucial for self-employed individuals. Learn about SEP-IRAs and Solo 401(k)s, their benefits, and how to choose the right plan for your future financial security.
But with advance planning, good communication, and strong boundaries, you’ll be able to navigate this exciting and life-changing time in your personal and professional life.
Also known as tax deductions, write-offs are the expenses you incur for your business that offset your earnings. In this article I share how I manage this aspect of my busness.
Learning to convert potential clients during an initial phone call is challenging. Click here to check out my recent article in Pollen Magazine for 6 Steps to Convert a First Phone Call to a First Session or read it below. —- One of the most challenging parts of private practice is connecting with potential clients…
Establishing a private therapy practice doesn’t have to be difficult. If you are a counselor, psychologist, or marriage and family therapist ready to make the private practice leap, this post will give you three tips to get started. Tip One: Your Therapy Private Practice Can Start Small Many therapists have the false belief that they…
We all want to provide the best clinical care to our clients, and trainings are an excellent way to improve our skills. However, spending excess money on trainings and certifications can actually decrease from your overall business productivity and success. Let me explain.