Some therapists prefer to work in a group practice alongside other mental health professionals. Group practices can follow one of several business models, depending on how the members want to share responsibilities and profits. Although group practices can be complicated to manage, they can potentially reduce each members’ business expenses and make more profit than a solo practice would. You can use GoodTherapy’s resources to learn more about managing a group practice.
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