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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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Private Speech Therapy on the Go – in Manhattan! 

The following is a guest post written by Stephanie Sigal, MA CCC-SLP of Say and Play Family What is it like to be an independent pediatric speech therapist treating children exclusively in their Manhattan homes?   Challenging, exciting, rewarding and certainly, exhausting.   I absolutely love my work.  I prefer providing therapy in children’s homes to working in …

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Business Cards for Private Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy Providers

I remember it like it was yesterday: opening the package and seeing literally hundreds of little white cards with my name on them. The first time I got business cards was during my clinical fellowship. I was working for a prestigious rehabilitation hospital in Boston and had such a sense of pride and accomplishment when I saw my name next to the …

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How to Get Paid Quickly and Easily for Private Therapy Services

Author: Jena H. Casbon, author of The Guide to Private Patients and The Guide to Creating a Web Presence for Your Private Practice FYI: This post was inspired by a discussion in The Private Speech Therapy Network LinkedIn Group. Participants were responding to the question:Question: For those of you that are private pay only, do you …

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How The Founder of The Independent Clinician Got Her Very First Private Speech Therapy Client

The Question. His mother, looking overwhelmed said, “Do you treat private patients?” I took a breath. It was the question I had been waiting months to hear. “Yes, I do.” She exclaimed, “Wonderful! How much do you charge?” My head kept saying, ’100! 100! 100! 100!,’ but my mouth said, “I charge $80 per hour.”  And …

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