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Private Practice Consulting

Why work with us?

Looking to Start or Grow Your Private Practice?

Congratulations! You're starting your own therapy practice. You want to work with your ideal clients, make the income that you deserve, and take back your schedule. You're making it happen.

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Why Me?

There are a lot of therapists out there. There are a lot of entrepreneurs and business-minded people out there. But there are not a lot of entrepreneurial therapists.  When starting a business it can be difficult to find answers to your questions. You may feel alone, in need of support, encouragement, or motivation.  Maybe you’ve gotten lost and overwhelmed in the sea of information out there.

As a business owner and therapist myself, I’ve learned the ins and outs of starting—and growing—a business.  Through years of hard work, research, lessons learned, and consulting, I’ve landed in a place where I can support other therapists initiate and grow their business. Now I’m ready to share my knowledge and experience with you so you don’t have to go through all of that chaos. Whether you’re a novice or an expert in business, I can help you develop all the important aspects of your practice.

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As a therapist consultant, we can help if you are:

✓  Interested in starting your own solo therapy practice

✓  Looking to grow or expand

✓ Curious about starting a group practice

✓  Ready to scale your already successful practice

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Areas of Focus

When therapists work with me as their business consultant, there are 5 areas of focus that we address:

  1. Marketing

  2. Money

  3. Systems and processes

  4. People

  5. Scale

Where to Start?

We start by creating the vision for where you want to be with your business and life in 5 years, and then reverse-engineer to determine what you should be focusing on this week. This ensures that every single action is directly tied to the greater vision. This also helps you answer the daily questions that plague most therapists and business owners: What should I work on today? and What should I do next?

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Time Committment

Starting or growing a private practice requires a significant time investment.  Generally, I advise people to make at least a weekly—if not daily—time commitment on your own.  The time spent in consulting varies depending on your need.  I generally try to meet with people several times a month in the initial stages of  private practice.  After that, as your confidence builds, you need less of time consulting.


Whether you’re local in the Sacramento area or across the United States, we can work together to build or grow your business successfully.

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