Imagine having ONE resource with ALL the information you need to get your therapy practice up and running…
- Are you ready to open your own therapy practice?
- Does it seem like you have no idea where to start and who to talk to?
- Do you have all the clinical training–but no idea what it takes to start a business?
Enter your personal cheat sheet –> The Therapy Business Blueprint: A 7-Step Approach to Starting Your Own Private Practice.
I won’t lie to you–starting a therapy practice takes work and it also takes time. You can’t expect to be a success overnight. You are bound to get frustrated and you would have to do things you don’t feel like doing.
That said, going into private practice can also be tremendously rewarding. You have enormous FLEXIBILITY and CONTROL over your professional life–what you want to do and what you don’t want to do.
It’s also rather amazing to go through the process of creating something out of nothing. Of starting with an IDEA and developing it into something tangible and productive.
This Blueprint will get you started.
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I started my first private practice in 2005. It was a huge learning curve–I had NEVER taken a business course in my life! I had to learn everything from the ground up: invoicing, bookkeeping, marketing, contracts, taxes.
I hit another huge learning curve when I incorporated in 2006. Then another when I hired my first employee in 2008. And again in 2010, when I moved to a different state and had to close down one practice, then re-open another.
Each of these learning curves involved reading books, looking up articles, Google-ing information, and talking to other professionals. It often seemed like there was a mountain of information to sift through and process.
I Want to Help Make This Easy for You…
The Therapy Business Blueprint will lay out a STEP-BY-STEP approach to get your private practice up and running. There are certain things you’ll need to know and have in place before you accept your first client. The Therapy Business Blueprint will help you with things like:
- How to come up with a business name
- What to ask your attorney and accountant
- What is the difference between a sole proprietorship, LLC, and corporation?
- How to invoice, create a contract, and set up policies
PLUS…you’ll have access to a list of my personal Favorite Resources. Dozens of books, websites, and services that I’ve used that will help you as well.
PLUS…I’ve included a Master Checklist of all the action items you’ll need to work through before you see your first client.
PLUS…you’ll have access to Starter Documents. I’ve included samples of common forms and documents you will need for your own practice. Sample contracts, sample releases, sample progress notes…basic forms you can use and adapt for your own business. By purchasing this book, you have my permission to use, change, adapt, re-format these forms to your hearts content. (But a quick disclaimer: these forms are intended to educational uses and are not meant to replace the advise and counsel of an attorney or an accountant.)
BONUS…I’ve also added in a copy of The Music Therapy Maven’s Social Media Secrets, which lists my Top 10 favorite online websites, as well as helpful tips, ideas, and suggestions to jump-start your online presence.
THE BEST PART? You can have it all for ONLY $17!
Don’t believe me? Here’s what others are saying about The Therapy Business Blueprint…
I just wanted to say THANK YOU. Your Private Practice book was the best purchase I’ve made in a long, long time. All of the information regarding the business side was especially eye-opening…and the templates will definitely come in handy! It has been a tremendous help for this newbie!” Rachel See Smith, music therapist
I had a chance to read your book over the past few days, and I have nothing but great things to say about it 🙂 I love that it is conversational (so easy to ready — like reading your blog) and about as comprehensive as it gets. Seriously, you covered EVERYTHING. I racked my brain thinking of things you might have left out, but couldn’t come up with any. I think a lot of people will benefit from this. Rachel Rambach, music therapist and blogger at Listen and Learn Music
Thank you so much for this resource! I have been a music therapist for 10 years and work at a residential facility for adults with intellectual disabilities. I have often thought about getting into contract work/private practice. Now I am returning to grad school next fall, moving to a new city and hopefully starting a private practice. This blueprint has all the information I need to get started and keep me organized during the process. I’m really excited about this new chapter in my life and wanted to thank you for this resource! Lori Parker, music therapist
So…are you ready to get started?
To your private practice success!