Private Practice Support
Private Practice is something you’ve dreamed about for years and consider to be probably the unicorn stage of all licensed mental health professionals. And honestly, it kind of is.
Congratulations, if you’re considering private practice, it’s likely because you’ve spent countless hours and years studying and learning to get to this point. While private practice is a wonderful accomplishment, it’s also a huge responsibility.
Below is the ultimate guide I’ve created to start your private practice. It’s a step-by-step checklist to support you from the business perspective when choosing to start a private practice. Remember, owning a private practice is so much more than being a great clinician. For example, just because you’re a good baker doesn’t mean you should open your own bakery. Private practice is running a fully blown business, from marketing to managing finances.
Starting and running a successful private practice requires a lot of support. If you’re like me, you’ve already spent hundreds of hours listening to podcasts, reading articles and books, and watching DIY YouTube tutorials. I get it. But remember running a business is founded on a good plan. Here are some others that helped me along the way:
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