Your Checklist for Starting a Private Practice in Counseling

Dina | June 30, 2020
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Working for yourself might seem like a dream come true, especially if you already love being a therapist. But private practice  requires a good business sense as well as a lot of time dedicated to the practice. Starting a private practice providing counseling to clients can be exhilarating. It gives you a chance to help people on your own terms, to research and try new therapeutic techniques, and to structure your business in a way that works with your lifestyle. It can also be terrifying. After all, you might know how to support clients, but likely have little or no experience running or marketing a business.In this podcast I will give you some basic tips on what you need to know before you open mental health counseling practice.


  1. Paul

    This was such a great podcast because there is very little help out there navigating all the steps needed to open your practice. Thanks for the great info!

    1. Dina

      Thank you Paul,if you have any other questions regarding private practice let me know so I can make another podcast that would be helpful.


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