Let's just start by saying I am not a expert. I'm not a or an or a I'm a therapist, consultant, and small business owner. I don't have a degree in business, so I learned a few lessons the hard way. This particular lesson wasn't painful per se,
If you’re considering going into private practice, it’s always smart to talk to other clinicians who have been there. When I opened my practice years ago, I had very little business experience. Luckily, I did a few things right that allowed.
How Every Social Worker Can Succeed in Private Practice < Social workers & other clinicians need to adopt some special strategies to run a successful private practice in today's competitive environment.
How to Write a Business Plan for Your Speech Therapy Private Practice
Ink is silent, without wording. Thoughts on tongues which cannot wag. Gears are stuck, no longer turning. Flowing words have caught a snag. Eyes are glazed, and minds are searching. Visions have been choked and gagged. Photo courtesy of Florian Klaur
7 Benefits of Having a Blog on Your Therapy Website
Infographic: 7 Benefits of Having a Blog on Your Therapy Website // With all the talk out there about “content marketing” and blogging, it’s really important to know if starting a private practice blog is right for you and your website. In this post we’ll talk about the benefits of blogging and determine if this marketing strategy is right for you and your therapy practice. Click here to read:
Chances are you went to grad school to become a therapist, not a business guru or online marketer. But lucky for you, there are a ton of amazing folks out there serving the psychotherapy community by teaching the principles of building a successful privat