FREE TRAINING: How to Start a Speech Therapy Private Practice

How I went from burned out to fired up about helping SLPs build successful private practices

Only two years into being a speech-language pathologist I began to feel ineffective, stuck and burned out. So I decided to start a private practice much earlier than I had planned to. After a few years, I decided to share what I had learned and fill in the business knowledge gap that exists for most SLPs.

Since 2008, I have helped 10,000+ speech-language pathologists build private practices full-time or “on the side” to have more freedom, flexibility, financial abundance and to live an amazing life as SLP and family member.

And now I want to help you, too.

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How I went from burned out to fired up about helping SLPs build successful private practices

Only two years into being a speech-language pathologist I began to feel ineffective, stuck and burned out. So I decided to start a private practice much earlier than I had planned to. After a few years, I decided to share what I had learned and fill in the business knowledge gap that exists for most SLPs.

Since 2008, I have helped 10,000+ speech-language pathologists build private practices full-time or “on the side” to have more freedom, flexibility, financial abundance and to live an amazing life as SLP and family member.

And now I want to help you, too.

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Back when I first started, it was hard to find information on how to start a speech therapy private practice. Whenever I looked at the ASHA website to learn more about private practice everything looked scary, overwhelming and made me incompetent and terrified about making mistakes.

I thought that in order to have a private practice you had to have a brick an mortar clinic, have $5,000 to $10,000 saved in the bank and 20+ years of experience. It turns out, that is the “old way” of starting a practice.

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Back when I first started, it was hard to find information on how to start a speech therapy private practice. Whenever I looked at the ASHA website to learn more about private practice everything looked scary, overwhelming and made me incompetent and terrified about making mistakes.

I thought that in order to have a private practice you had to have a brick an mortar clinic, have $5,000 to $10,000 saved in the bank and 20+ years of experience. It turns out, that is the “old way” of starting a practice.

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I teach the New Way to start a private practice

The New Way to start a private practice is much simpler, less overwhelming and more profitable - which is why it works much better for most SLPs.

Turns out, you can start a successful private practice:

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Without quitting your job (see clients “on the side” and keep your steady pay & benefits as long as you need them)

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Without waiting for 20 years (as long as you have something to bring to the table!)

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Without to save tons of money or going into debt (instead, use your earnings to pay off your debt!)

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Without a business background (no - you don’t need an MBA!)

Watch my FREE training where I cover the New Way to start a private practice

“There is no such thing as a perfect private practice. Only one that’s perfect for you.”

Jena H. Castro-Casbon, MS CCC-SLP

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I am a wife and mom to two young boys (Hayes & Holden)

I love spicy food

I know all of the words to most Broadway musicals but can’t sing

I read a book a week (favorite genres: business, biography and non-fiction)

I love to cook and have a goal of cooking 1 new meal a week

I’m an Enneagram 9 and an introvert

I like pina coladas and rain but not yoga nor champagne

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“I’m on a mission to help 1,000 SLPs start their private practices this year.”

Jena H. Castro-Casbon, MS CCC-SLP