April 2019

“Totally Telepractice” with Amber White, SLP

Amber White, MS CCC-SLP of Virtual Voice Therapy in Concord, NH shares how she has become a successful telepractitioner – both as a contractor and for herself. She shares how delivering speech therapy services via telepractice has allowed her to have the flexible schedule she craved.Here’s What You’ll Learn:​What type of clients Amber treats (it’s a fantastic niche!)How she’s marketing her telepractice services in her local communityWhere she recommends that you get your logo doneGuest: Amber […]

“Growing Your Practice One Day at a Time” with Elizabeth Perry, SLP

Elizabeth Perry, SLP Opened her private practice about two years ago and since that moment it has flourished. She treats pediatric clients primarily and also specializes in corporate speech-language pathology. She has grown he business through a combination of continuing education, delegation, and dedication to evidence-based practices.Here’s What We Cover:The critical moment that led her to pursuing private practiceHer encouragement to seek business coaching from various sourcesHer rationale fo […]

“Going All In with Private Practice” with Amanda Townsend, SLP

Amanda Townsend, SLP was predominantly working in the school system when she decided to pursue private practice. Her specialties include pediatric speech sound disorders and language. She actively pursues an energetic and systematic approach to all aspects of the profession. Here’s What We Discuss:Her comprehensive approach to involving parents in every step of the processHow her straightforward manner, from her website to her first conversation, helps her attract potential clientsHer compe […]

Fantastic Advice for Speech Therapy Private Practice Owners (Who Are Just Getting Started)

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Perfectionism & Private Practice with Jena Castro-Casbon, MS CCC-SLP

What we discuss: How perfectionism hinders Private Practitioners, especially when starting outEncouragement for those feeling stuck in their perfectionismThe idea of making your Private Practice perfect for you​Jena H. Castro-Casbon, MS, CCC-SLP,Jena H. Castro-Casbon is a private practice consultant and author who has helped thousands of speech-language pathologists start and grow their own private practices through her company, The Independent Clinician. She has written articles for […]

“From a Small Practice to a Multidisciplinary Clinic” Laura Knott-Riggal

Laura Knott-Riggal, SLP had extensive experience as a school SLP when she launched her private practice over six years ago. It has since developed into a multidisciplinary with multiple therapy providers and supporting staff. Her clientele spans both children and adults, though her primary focus has been on early intervention services. She continues to explore avenues for expansion and innovation.Here’s What We Cover:The importance of visually appealing content on one’s websiteHer decisio […]

ASHA Model Superbill – Valuable Information and a Downloadable PDF

Depending on your speech therapy private practice, you may choose to accept private pay only OR bill your clients health insurance company directly. If your private speech pathology practice is interested in billing health insurance companies, consider using the ASHA Model Superbill.Using the ASHA Superbill will increase efficiency by using an easy to read form that clearly states what service(s) were provided, which listing the speech therapy CPT codes.The ASHA […]

Self-Care for Private Practitioners with Kate Samples-Williams

What we discuss: Her thoughtful selection of a certified therapy animal and the positive impact he has made on her clientsHer experience regarding the numerous ways to become involved in your communityHer journey to becoming a trained professional in recognizing and combating burn-out and compassion fatigueJena’s 2019 word and a critical part of her workday that many SLPs forgetHow important it is to meet the needs of the client’s family as well as the clientGuest: Kate Samples-Wil […]