Private Practice 101
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Premium course Welcome to Private Practice 101
You will have lifetime access to this course and any updates that are added. Happy Practice Building!
Lesson 4: Am I Ready for Private Practice?
Some questions to help you explore if private practice is right for you right now.
Premium course Filing for an LLC or PLLC
Learn about the importance of having the right business structure.
Premium course Applying for an EIN
Learn how to apply for an Employer Identification Number with the IRS.
Premium course Getting an NPI
Learn how to register and the difference between Type 1 and Type 2 NPIs.
Managing Your Practice
Premium course Phone and Email
Learn about different phone and email options and how to choose what works for you.
Premium course Advertising
Learn the basics of advertising and how to get started as quickly as possible.
Premium course Connection and Support
Learn the importance of having a community to support you on your private practice journey.
Premium course Boundaries and Your Mental Health
Learn how to set some boundaries and protect yourself from burnout.
Premium course Business Bank Accounts
Learn about the importance of getting a business bank account and what you will need to apply.
Premium course Other Money Considerations
Learn a little more about different ethical scenarios that can come up involving money in private practice.
Final Thoughts and Resources
Premium course Thank You!
Starting a practice can be daunting! I hope this course has helped you feel confident in being an business owner.
My name is Anne Rice and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and Counselor supervisor in Georgia and a Licensed Mental health Counselor in New York. I opened my private practice in Atlanta in 2017. When I started, I had two clients for a few months and spent a lot of time panicking and a lot of late nights trying to figure out the business side of running a practice. Fast forward to today where I have a full private pay practice that has expanded to a group practice. I made a lot of mistakes on the way and wasted a lot of money trying to figure out how to get my practice going. My passion is to help therapists avoid a lot of wasted time and money on their private practice journeys. I received my undergraduate degree in Psychology from Princeton University and my graduate degree in Counseling Psychology from Boston College.
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