Repaying Student Loans as a Health and Wellness Entrepreneur

Repaying Student Loans as a Health and Wellness Entrepreneur

Welcome to the world of health and wellness entrepreneurship, new graduates. Once you’ve had a chance to celebrate your accomplishments … Continued

3 Questions to Consider Before Selling Your Business

Most business owners don’t even think about the exit-planning process until two specific life changes happen at the same time—they … Continued

What to Know Before Starting a Group Practice

Taking the leap from a solo private practice to a group practice is no small feat. And if you’re considering … Continued

$4,000 or $40? How to Make Wise Financial Decisions

Private practitioners spend a lot of time, energy, and effort trying to save money. This often looks like researching the … Continued

The Natural Tensions of a Therapy Business

Many therapists say they’d be happy to work themselves out of a job. And it’s true—we tend to be mission-driven … Continued

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