Business Advice for Therapists

Should you start a private practice?

It all starts with an idea, a thought, a tiny peek into a vision of what life could look like if you weren't showing up for the 9-5 day job. But is the idea or desire to start a private practice the right next thing for you?
1. Do want to own a business? This means, beyond providing excellent services to your clients, you are interested in doing...

Business Advice for Therapists

Your Private Practice Challenge for 2017

A new year, a new focus, and a new opportunity to get your private practice business on track. 

There are many components to getting your private practice solid - business planning, financial planning, marketing planning and skill building. It can feel like a juggling act. That's why we want to take you through some key components of your business and look at how each impacts the therapeutic relationship as well. 

When approaching your business, it's good to...

Business Advice for Therapists

3 Steps To In Person Networking

You've made a coffee date with a colleague, you sit down to chat, and then your mind goes blank! What

should you say? Take a breath. You've got this!

When you are meeting with people in person here are the three steps to making the networking easy peasy!

1. Ask about them. Get to know them as a person before you get to know about their business. Do they have kids? Are they from the area? This is information you...

Beyond the couch

Therapists: Do You Need to Make More Money?

A new article was just posted that showed that 5 of the top 13 worst paying jobs that require a master's degree were all variations of counselors and helpers. Marriage and Family Therapists, Social Workers, School Counselors, etc. all made the top list- despite these being positions that require not just a master's degree but specific training, expertise, licensure, and so much more.

As the end of the year approaches, it is time to get...

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