Working for yourself is an overwhelming possibility. There are so many potential elements to consider when starting a private practice that it stops many of us in our tracks. We freeze, putting off taking the leap for weeks or months or years, until we find that we’ve been in nonprofit work far longer than we… Continue reading Four elements for an ideal private practice.
I am frequently asked by the Helpers that I’m coaching and consulting about my “plan” for my first year in practice. What was my marketing strategy for my private practice? How did I network? How did I establish a strong Internet presence, SEO, etcetera? Essentially, how did I put myself out there to build my… Continue reading Launching a Private Practice? Start Exactly Where You Are.
I’ve been hearing a lot from helpers that I’m supporting that they are concerned about going into private practice because the market is saturated. “There are a million other therapists in X town or city, and 100 of them have my same therapeutic lens/use my modality, and there’s no way I’ll get any clients because… Continue reading A Whole Lotta Therapists (and that’s awesome!)
For some of us, a slower transition into a private practice can be incredibly helpful to learn the nuts and bolts, and to make the process overwhelming. In this case, group practice can be an incredibly valuable way to dip in your toes and start learning! Want to know how group practice can help ease… Continue reading Is Group Practice Right For You?
Like many therapists, I hated working with insurance. I know there are upsides. Paneling with insurance is a relatively easy way to fill a practice while also providing access to care for clients that might not otherwise be able to afford it. This is important and valuable, and if you are one of the clinicians… Continue reading Getting Off Insurance Panels: Be Confident!