Many therapists are self-employed in a private practice. Running a business by yourself can be challenging, but it can also be emotionally and financially rewarding if you manage your practice well. Use the resources below to learn about drafting a business plan, creating a sustainable workload, navigating intake sessions, and more. As you improve your business acumen, you may find that your therapy practice as a whole becomes much easier to manage.
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Last Update: 02-12-2020
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