FREE TRAINING: How to Start a Speech Therapy Private Practice

How Speech-Language Pathologist Jennifer Buck Harnessed Her Internal Drive and Competitive Spirit to Start Not One But TWO Private Practices

January 23, 2015

I started my private practice, Jabbermouths  Therapy, in Phoenix, Arizona in 2008 after seeing a need for more SLP’s with experience in pediatric dysphagia and medically fragile pediatrics in the community.  At the time I had worked for 7 […]

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Speech Pathology Private Practice Salary: Survey results from 2013

November 9, 2014

According to ASHA, the median speech pathology private practice salary for SLPs who were full-time private practice owners or co-owners was $72,798. (2013 data) Private practice speech pathologist salary differences are often based on practice […]

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10 Ways to Use Social Media to Improve Your Private Practice Marketing Efforts

November 1, 2014

Author: Jena H. Casbon, author of The Guide to Private Patients and The Guide to Creating a Web Presence for Your Private Practice Having a social media presence for your private practice is very important to establish trust […]

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Yes – You Really Do Need a Business Plan for Your Private Practice

April 22, 2014

This article is Part 1 in my series on how to write a business plan for your speech therapy private practice. In this article I’m going to convince you that you need to write a business […]

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Bilingual Speech Pathologist Considers a New Niche: Angela’s Success Story 

January 27, 2014

This guest post is from Angela C. Pierce of Waltham, MA You’ll find additional private practice success stories by clicking here. First I tried adding EI hours… After I graduated, I found a great organization […]

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6 Easy Ways To Make Your Private Clients Happy As Clams

August 26, 2013

This is a guest post by music therapist Kat Fulton, MM, MT-BC of SoundHealthMusic.com I’ve been hearing a lot of concern from my clients, customers, and therapy colleagues about the “dreaded state of the economy.”  You may […]

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5 Reasons Every Therapy Provider Needs a Website

June 14, 2013

Websites aren’t for nerds or big businesses anymore!  More and more “regular” professionals and small business owners are focusing on building a web presence to keep a professional leg up on the competition.  Before you […]

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Tax Deduction Tip: Deduct Hundreds of Dollars in Mileage! 

April 15, 2013

I hate hate hate organizing, tracking and PAYING taxes.  The only thing that makes paying Uncle Sam a little bit better are figuring out my deductions. Just to review, a tax deduction (aka “write-off”) is […]

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Beware – Scam Targeting Private Therapy Providers

January 22, 2013

Guest Post by Pamela Rowe, MA, CCC-SLP Originally Published on January 20, 2013 Something Sneaky This Way Comes…Internet scams targeting Physical, Speech, Behavior, and Occupational Therapists are on the rise.  Last year, I received 3 different scams via email.  […]

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Your E-Mail Signature: Casually Promoting Your Private Practice

January 1, 2013

Do you have an e-mail signature? Have you ever noticed that some people have some identifying information at the bottom of their e-mails?  Very commonly people have their name, professional title or even the standard […]

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