3 Myths About Insurance

3 Myths About Insurance

Whenever I meet a new therapist or counsellor who is dreaming about going into private practice or just getting started in the launch stages, there is one conversation that I can almost guarantee will come up. That conversation typically starts with a question along...
How to Avoid Chasing Late Payments

How to Avoid Chasing Late Payments

There are many perks of being in private practice but one of the downsides might be administrative work. One of the biggest complaints I hear from therapists and counsellors in private practice is how frustrating it is when clients don’t pay on time, leaving them with...
How To Track Your Business Expenses

How To Track Your Business Expenses

Whether you’re just starting out in private practice, or you’ve been at it for a while, you likely know that it’s a good idea to track your business expenses. I remember in my first couple of years in private practice I would spend literally days calculating my...
Start the New Year with Reflection

Start the New Year with Reflection

Last year at this time, I was listening to a podcast by Marie Forleo, and she asked some great questions that really got me thinking. I have included variations of these questions as part of my yearly reflections on my business and personal life. As we enter 2020, you...
Wrapping Up Your Fiscal Year

Wrapping Up Your Fiscal Year

In your Private Practice, do you do anything specific at the end of the year to wrap up loose ends, and bring the fiscal year of your practice to an official close? Whether you are a “New Year’s resolution” type-of-person or not, I find that the end of December and...