Mindset Monday: “These Private Practice Statistics from ASHA May Surprise You” with Jena Castro-Casbon, MS CCC-SLP

This episode will answer two important questions with info from ASHA:1.) What percentage of SLPs work in Private Practice part-time?2.) What percentage of overall ASHA members work in Private Practice?Listen to the episode for the results 🙂 Host: Jena Castro-Casbon, MS CCC-SLPJena H. Castro-Casbon, MS, CCC-SLP, is a private-practice consultant who has helped thousands of speech-language pathologists start and grow their […]

Start Your Private Practice Student Success Story: How Emily’s Vision is Finally Coming Together

Emily Hussey was not daunted when she put her private practice dreams on hold to focus on her family and her important work as a school SLP. She patiently drew up a plan, interviewed others, carefully researched the needs of her area and accumulated helpful resources. She also credits the Start Your Private Practice community with essential support. Now Emily is combining her passion for nutrition and wellness, her extensive experience with school-age children, and her know-how for developing mu […]

Mindset Monday: “Every Private Practice Starts With One Client” with Jena Castro-Casbon, MS CCC-SLP

In this Mindset Monday edition of The Private Practice Success Stories podcast, I’m going to talk about the danger of comparing yourself to SLPs with existing private practices and extend an important reminder.Enjoy!Host: Jena Castro-Casbon, MS CCC-SLPJena H. Castro-Casbon, MS, CCC-SLP, is a private-practice consultant who has helped thousands of speech-language pathologists start and grow their own private practices through her company, The Independent Clinician.  She has wr […]

Mindset Monday: What Should You Focus on as You Build Your Private Practice?

I want to talk to you today about something that I’ve been seeing a lot over the years, and for some reason it really seems to be picking up speed.So, I know that SLPs tend to be planners and want to get all their ducks in a row and have everything perfect before taking action. I am a little bit that way too, so I completely understand.But what often happens is is that people who get all lost in the details of something tend not to actually take action.Just in the last 24 hours I got two message […]

“Relationships to Referrals” With Jena Castro-Casbon, MS CCC-SLP

On this Mindset Monday episode Jena discusses how to develop and cultivate relationships with people who can send you referrals. Whether your practice is just starting out, or it is well established, there is always room to grow in gaining referrals. At the end of this episode, Jena gives an accountability challenge and chance to try her Grow Your Private Program for a discounted price upon completing the challenge.Here’s What Jena Covers:Encouragement to be patient in the process, developing re […]

“The 3-Part Private Practice Growth Plan” With Jena Castro-Casbon, MS CCC-SLP

On this Mindset Monday episode Jena discusses a 3-step process to systematically grow your practice. Establishing a growth mindset helps prioritize and organize the needs of your practice. Jena shares her framework that is built on income, systems, and teams, and how this can be applied to your practice to bring growth and balance.Here’s What I discuss:The need for an intentional growth plan for your practice.A practical framework to establish for growth in your practice […]

“Using Your Practice to Break Down Barriers” with Kevin Dorman, SLP

Kevin Dorman, SLP has always had a passion for voice. Through their own journey and experience they became passionate about the field of Transgender Vocal Training. Being transgender themselves, Kevin is able to identify and relate to their clients, offering encouragement and support to each individual. Many of Kevin’s clients are seen through telepractice. Kevin’s energy and passion for helping others has been the driving force behind their success.​Here’s What We Cover:Kevin’s journey to […]

“Owner, Author, Mom” with Fara Augustover, SLP

Fara Augustover is a speech-language pathologist, owner of Island Wide Speech on Long Island, NY and author of the children’s book, Harmony Hears a Hoot.Five years ago, Fara worked at a nonprofit clinic in NYC, transitioned to school based while seeing clients part time privately. As her caseload grew and the commute to Manhattan became tiresome, she decided to repurpose space in her home and create an in-house clinic complete with a separate entrance, bathroom, and waiting room. Here’s W […]

“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 […]

Starting a Private Practice “On the Side and In My Home” with Kathy Hindman, SLP

​​The premiere episode features Kathy Hindman, a speech-language pathologist in Lawrenceville, NJ of Connections Speech Therapy. Kathy went from working in the schools, to being an independent contractor with early intervention to working for herself “on the side.”Here’s What We Discuss:What she needed to do to treat clients in her homeHow she’s scheduling clients around her life (when it’s convenient for her)Kathy’s two fantastic and completely FREE marketing tips​Mentioned In This E […]