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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 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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LinkedIn: A Guide For Speech, Occupational and Physical Therapists

January 1, 2013

Facebook this, Facebook that.  Yes, I’m on Facebook and everyone else should be too. But recently I’ve turned my attention back to LinkedIn, the social networking site dedicated to building business connections. I signed up for […]

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Leaving Your Private Practice Comfort Zone in 2013

December 30, 2012

I’m not making a New Years Resolution this year. I’m making several changes that I’m excited to share with you and encourage you to do the same. I found this list in a Real Simple magazine […]

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Goal Setting for Private PT/OT/SLP Therapists

December 24, 2012

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 […]

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