- Starting a private practice allows you control over your schedule giving more freedom for family and life
- Owning a private practice comes with less restrictions than working at a school or hospital
- More control over caseload, meetings, documentation and anything that leaves you feeling over worked and under paid
- Showing SLP’s that things can be different and providing steps on how to do that
- Even if you don’t have a background in business, you can still run a successful private practice
Host: Jena Castro-Casbon, MS CCC-SLP
Jena 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 written articles for The ASHA Leader and Presented at ASHA Connect (2017).
Jena lives in Boston, MA and is a wife and mama to two young boys.
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