6 Ways to Survive Tax Season as a Private Practitioner

6 Ways to Survive Tax Season as a Private Practitioner

There are few certainties in this life, but taxes are one of them. If you’re feeling overwhelmed at the idea … Continued

Money and Community: Empowering Women Business Owners

Please note: The use of “woman” in this article is meant to describe individuals who were socialized as and currently … Continued

5 Unconventional Referral Partners for Private Practice

Most professionals in private practice have been taught to reach out to local primary care providers and psychiatrists to cultivate … Continued

How to Increase Rates for Clients in Private Practice

The new year is often a time when health and wellness practitioners consider making changes to their fee structures. The … Continued

What is Financial Therapy?

As private practitioners, money is something we interact with all the time, but get little formal education on. As a result, … Continued

Common Bookkeeping Mistakes to Avoid

“I’m drowning.” That’s what one of my clients said right before doing one of the hardest things a human can … Continued

How to Minimize Legal Risks for Your Private Practice

When I started my private practice in 2006, a lot of what I did were practices I learned from supervisors … Continued

3 Tips for Hiring Prelicensed Therapists

As your practice grows, you may encounter a common problem for professionals who provide services by the hour. How can … Continued

3 Ways to Build Your Business’ Financial Health

There’s only one question bigger than how to start a business—how to sustainably grow and build your business’ financial health. … Continued

What to Include in Your Fee Schedule

Health and wellness professionals end up doing a lot of work for free. That often includes tasks that require professional … Continued