Do I Have To Offer A Sliding Scale?

Do I Have To Offer A Sliding Scale?

The short answer is “no, you don’t have to.” The decisions that you face in your private practice are yours (and yours alone) to make. After all, you are the one who is left to work in your business, and you want your practice to work for you. You are going to run...
Should I Blog?

Should I Blog?

Do you like writing? Are you interested in having a blog on your website? Is blogging included in your marketing plan? Your answer to these questions will determine whether or not you should blog… No If you answered “No,” then don’t blog. Maybe If you answered...
I Do What I Want, So You Should Too

I Do What I Want, So You Should Too

It’s the end of the year and I’m feeling a little sassy, so this post is about doing what you want in 2019! There’s so much “noise” out there when it comes to building your practice. I get the term “noise” from John Clarke, as he stresses the importance of reducing...
Don’t Be Hateful, Be Grateful

Don’t Be Hateful, Be Grateful

With Thanksgiving coming around the corner, we are reminded of being grateful. Although, I hope you are expressing gratitude all throughout the year. This post is just getting started and I already want to express my gratitude for the amazing therapist community that...
Managing Fear On Your Private Practice Journey

Managing Fear On Your Private Practice Journey

Managing Fear On Your Private Practice Journey Fear = Growth There are going to be several times throughout your private practice journey where you want to give up. I can immediately think of 5 of those instances for me! before my first day of grad school before my...