FREE TRAINING: How to Start a Speech Therapy Private Practice

Month: December 2012

Goal Setting for Private PT/OT/SLP Therapists

Setting measurable and attainable goals is ESSENTIAL if you want to get things done.  If you’re a private therapist, or hoping to become one, it’s important to set measurable goals for yourself (that’s not unlike what we do with our patients, right?) In thinking about goal setting for physical, occupational and speech therapists who treat …

Goal Setting for Private PT/OT/SLP Therapists Read More »

Therapist, Private Practice Owner, Author and CD Producer: Melanie’s Success Story

This weeks guest post is from Melanie Potock, MA, CCC-SLP of MyMunchBug ​“I am ready”Hmmm…what compelled me to leave a secure job at our community hospital and leap into the uncertainty of creating a private practice focused entirely on feeding disorders?   Blind faith – and that’s the truth.   After considering the possibility for about …

Therapist, Private Practice Owner, Author and CD Producer: Melanie’s Success Story Read More »

Your Therapy Private Practice: Full-Time or Part-Time?

Is Part-Time Private Practice an Option? When I used to dream about my private practice, I never once considered that it might be part-time. You see, I thought of private practice more in terms of black and white. Either you were “in” private practice (meaning you had a brick and mortar building and worked say …

Your Therapy Private Practice: Full-Time or Part-Time? Read More »

From School Therapist to Private Practice Owner: Rhonda’s Story

This guest post is by Rhonda J. Banford, M.A.T., CCC-SLP of Tip of the Tongue Speech and Language, LLC “I was told I was not allowed to…”I had just decided to leave my dream job and open up a private practice.   Why, you might ask, would I be leaving my dream job?   For over a year, I …

From School Therapist to Private Practice Owner: Rhonda’s Story Read More »

My Private Practice: An Interview with SLP Pamela Hass

Interview with Pamela Hass, MA CCC-SLP of Interactive Therapy, Inc Tell me a little bit about yourself and your area(s) of expertise.I have been a Speech Language Pathologist since 1979.   I have worked in acute care hospitals, rehabilitation centers, skilled nursing facilities, client’s homes, preschools, daycare facilities, elementary, junior high and high schools throughout my career.   I have worked with …

My Private Practice: An Interview with SLP Pamela Hass Read More »

Fulfilling my dreams at the age of 25: Alissa’s Story

The following is a guest post by Alissa Holloway of Utah’s Communication Connection. To read more private practice success stories, click here. At the age of 25 I looked back on my relatively short life and felt fabulously fulfilled.   After finding an incredible husband, graduating with a masters degree in my dream profession, obtaining a …

Fulfilling my dreams at the age of 25: Alissa’s Story Read More »