Mastering the Business of Private Practice

What they didn’t teach us in grad school.

Private practice is far more complicated than hanging out your shingle and waiting for the phone to ring or the next email.    Here is a partial list to consider when starting a private practice.

  • Location
  • Fee schedule
  • Liability Insurance
  • Days/hours you see your clients
  • Which insurances to take
  • Sending claims
  • Web Site  (what to include. Note: I do not build web sites. Go to for web site construction.)
  • Specialty
  • Building a brand
  • Accounting system
  • End co dependency with clients
  • And more…………………

You  need:  a PC or Mac book less than 5 years old and smart phone.

If you are ready to commit to building your practice I can help. I have been in private practice since 1994. I have mentored many therapists. You deserve the freedom and income private practice has to offer.  I now earn a 6 figure income based not totally on in office counseling.  I also do telemedicine, consulting internationally, teaching, podcasts and courses on  You may be interested in writing a book or starting a blog. What is your vision for your career?

 Your investment is $150.00 a meeting. We can meet as often as your time and budget permit.  Ask about my retainer program for additional savings.   Ask about my staff training program for your office.

If you are ready to focus on your success contact me at 724-413-0964 or

  •  $150.00.

All payments are non refundable and not transferable after initial meeting.