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Starting a practice

Strike out on your own: legally, financially, mentally, and logistically. Plus how to grow and market your practice to fill your ideal caseload.

Getting started

How to start a private therapy practice

Going out on your own can come with a learning curve, especially if you’re not familiar with the business aspects involved in a private practice.

How to start a private therapy practice

A guide to malpractice insurance

As you step into the realm of private practice, you can protect your career and reputation by understanding the essentials of malpractice insurance.

A guide to malpractice insurance

Do you need an LLC for your practice?

If you’re starting a practice, you’ll need to figure out the tax and legal structure that makes the most sense for you. Here are the steps you should be taking.

Do you need an LLC for your practice?

The art of the voicemail script

Your voicemail should extend the same warmth and professionalism you convey in person — while ensuring the same privacy and confidentiality someone expects from a therapy session.

The art of the voicemail script

Practice marketing guides

How to market your practice and get more therapy clients

Growing your clientele can be a lot less complicated than you think. All you’ll need is a simple mindset shift and a couple basic strategies that help potential clients find and connect with you.

How to market your practice and get more therapy clients

How to market your practice on Psychology Today

Psychology Today is one of the most prominent players in the directory game — and strategically using it as a marketing tool can help you grow your practice.

How to market your practice on Psychology Today

How to write a great bio for your therapy practice

As a therapist, your superpower is helping other people. So it may feel a little weird to turn the tables and talk about yourself and your accomplishments as you’re building your website, creating social media profiles, and signing up for therapist directories.

How to write a great bio for your therapy practice

How to plan and shoot therapist headshots

Getting a great therapist photo requires a bit of strategy — but don’t stress. You won’t need any fancy tools, and you don’t even have to hire a pro if it’s not in the budget.

How to plan and shoot therapist headshots

5 elements of the best therapist websites

You don’t have to be a web design expert. Just make sure your website is an accurate representation of you and your work, and that you make it easy for potential clients to connect with you.

5 elements of the best therapist websites

How to network in mental healthcare

Professional relationships can benefit you and your mental healthcare practice. Here are some practical tips for expanding your network.

How to network in mental healthcare

7 proven ways to grow your practice across states

Multi-state credentialing can be an effective way to expand your work as a therapist, but you’ll need to put in some work to market your practice to new clients in a new state.

7 proven ways to grow your practice across states