Score all three workbooks to get your private practice off the ground. It is my commitment to empower therapists with the knowledge and resources they need to start their own business in the most cost-effective way possible.
In this bundle you will get:
Private Practice Start-Up Guide: Everything you need to know to launch your side hustle. Practical tips for therapists, by therapists, to get your practice off the ground.
In this workbook you will be given the basic tools to get your private practice off the ground. The information is designed to keep you moving so you don’t get paralyzed in the planning. Whether you are creating a side hustle to test the waters, looking to reignite your passion and have some fun, or you want to earn some extra income, our goal is to keep it simple for you. We will discuss how to estimate and minimize start-up costs (invest in only the things you need right now), get organized and complete your to-do’s, consider a specialty, and develop a basic business plan.
- Start-Up Checklist - tasks and explanations
- Forms - necessary and recommended forms
- Specialties - when and why to consider one
- Business Plan - thinking about your practice from different angels
- Start-Up Costs - understand and estimate initial and ongoing costs
- Pros and Cons - decision making worksheet
Naming Your Practice: It's all in a name. Confidently name your practice with this tried and true method.
Did you already name your practice, but haven’t done the research? Are you stuck trying to come up with a practice name? Did you want to use your personal name (e.g., Hannah Boeck, LLC), but are having second thoughts?
While it’s not impossible to change the name of your private practice, it is easier, less time consuming, and cheaper to choose the right name before filing your legal paperwork and setting up your website, designing your marketing collateral, etc.
- Case Studies: 3 examples of how selecting a name can impact your business
- Name Considerations: Using your name, creating a new name
- Starting From Scratch: Framework for strategically selecting a name
- Doing the Research: The competition and Google
- Selecting Your Domain Name: Considerations and guidance
Setting Your Rates: Pay yourself what you are worth!
Whether you are taking insurance or are private pay only, there are some key things to consider as you set your rates. We will walk through ways to set competitive rates for your region, insurance vs. private pay rates, and ways to differentiate your income.
- Market Research: Determining your prices in your market, comparing rates to insurance reimbursement
- Setting Therapy Rates: Private pay rates when you take insurance, rates when you are only private pay, session lengths
- Evaluation Rates: Insurance considerations, private pay rates
- Diversifying Your Rates: Get paid for your time
- Feeling Confident in Your Prices: Pay yourself what you are worth