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Social Media For Therapists – Tips To Get It Right

In our rapidly evolving digital age, the role of social media has grown exponentially, affecting various facets of personal, social, and professional life. While once ...
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5 Steps to Launching Your Private Practice While Working Full-Time

The most important question is always first, is it really possible to start a private practice while working a full-time job? The answer is YES! ...
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Private Practice Online Marketing – Essential Strategies

Over the last decade, there has been a monumental shift in how consumers interact with businesses, and the healthcare industry is no exception. As of ...
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Continuing Education For Therapists: The Key To Growing Your Private Practice

Continuing education is the cornerstone of professional growth for therapists, offering a pathway to staying current with the latest research, refining clinical skills, and enhancing ...
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The Importance of Networking for Private Practice Therapists

We often see the word networking and automatically think corporate, stiff business suits, and briefcases. The word networking used to make me cringe and want ...
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Business Essentials for Aspiring Private Practice Therapists: Establishing a Business Bank Account and Creating a Budget

As a private practice consultant, I understand that venturing into the business side of private practice can be both exciting and overwhelming. Many of you ...
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Embracing Your Journey: Overcoming Fear of Failure in Order to Start Your Private Practice

For a lot of therapists, starting a private practice can be an exhilarating and fulfilling experience. However, it is not uncommon to encounter the fear ...
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Transitioning from Agency Work to Private Practice: Why It’s Worth It!

Making the leap from agency work to establishing your own private practice can be both exciting and intimidating. While agency work offers its own set ...
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Setting Sliding Scale Fees for Your Therapy Practice: Giving Back and Empowering Clients

As you establish your cash-pay private therapy practice, I highly suggest you carefully consider your session fees. One option to contemplate is offering sliding-scale therapy ...
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Setting Your Fee Up For a Successful Private Practice

As a private practice therapist, one of the most important decisions you’ll make is determining how much to charge for a therapy session. It can ...
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Why You Need an EIN in Private Practice

Are you thinking of starting a part-time or full-time private practice? As a private practice therapist in California, one of the first steps you’ll need ...
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