Fear-based decision making is one of the many things that can lead to the demise of your private practice.
You’re constantly fantasizing about how great it’s going to feel when you start your own private practice and have the chance to make your own schedule, earn a livable wage, and have a manageable caseload.
Well, before you put in your 2 weeks-notice, here’s the #1 thing I recommend that all aspiring private practice creators do before quitting their 9 to 5 for full time private practice.
Figurately creating space for your client is what you do best, and of course, you want the physical space to match. The therapy office is where the tangible and intangible come together. Yes, that’s all well and good, BUT…
You probably hear a lot of private practice coaches and business consultants talk about building a six-figure practice and you swoon at the idea of earning more and working less.
Well, as we all know the primary way that therapists generate revenue in their practice is through their therapy sessions and the top inquiry I hear is “How do I determine my rates?”
before you start comparing your saga to someone else’s highlight reel, let’s take a step back and get curious. How many clients do you need to see, in order to consider yourself full?
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! It’s time to organize.
You’re probably thinking, how on earth does someone decide to spend one full week disconnected from technology?