Susan Day

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Insurance Terminology Explained for Therapists in Private Practice

June 22, 2017

Insurance Terminology Explained for Therapists in Private Practice

There is a lot of jargon used in the field of insurance. When you start accepting clients with insurance, it might seem like a lot of gibberish at first. To help you through the process of being able to treat patients covered by insurance, we have compiled the three most important terms you need to understand:

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Finding The Right Support as a Private Practitioner - Networking Groups

June 22, 2017

Finding The Right Support as a Private Practitioner - Networking Groups

Being on your own is not always easy. On the one hand, you might feel isolated and alone in your private practice.

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How To Set Office Hours When Starting a Private Practice

June 21, 2017

How To Set Office Hours When Starting a Private Practice 

Starting a private practice has the big advantage of being your own boss. You can decide where to work, what your specialisation is, and when you want to work.

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Insurance Products 101 for Therapists in Private Practice

June 21, 2017

Insurance Products 101 for Therapists in Private Practice

Insurance can be a confusing matter for any therapists in private practice, with hundreds and hundreds of products on offer.

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The Basics of Understanding Insurance for Therapists

June 20, 2017

The Basics of Understanding Insurance for Therapists

Insurance can be confusing, both for the therapist and the patient. When you start your private practice, you will be thinking about accepting insurance. As there are hundreds of different companies and products out there, you might feel overwhelmed first. But there are a few basic differentiations that will help you make sense of insurance. 

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Take Your Private Practice to the Next Stage by Doing These 3 Things

June 20, 2017

Take Your Private Practice to the Next Stage by Doing These 3 Things 

Once you’ve been running your practice for a while, you might observe two things. On the one hand, you feel that things are stagnating, and you’d like to push through the plateau.

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3 Steps To Prepare Yourself for Private Practice

June 19, 2017

3 Steps To Prepare Yourself for Private Practice 

You’ve been thinking about starting a private practice for a while now, but aren’t sure whether you are ready to make the leap? You are not alone.

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The Ups and Downs of Running Your Private Practice From Home

June 19, 2017

The Ups and Downs of Running Your Private Practice From Home 

When you start thinking about establishing your own private practice, location is one of the biggest decisions you will have to make. Deciding whether you want to work from home, rent an office, or buy a premise can be one of the most important decisions you make.  

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How to Finance Your Private Practice - An Overview of Funding Options

June 18, 2017

How to Finance Your Private Practice - An Overview of Funding Options 

Are you looking to start your own practice and wonder how you could afford it? Starting a private practice requires a substantial amount of start-up investment, which will then pay off in the long run.

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How to Determine the Niche of Your Private Practice

June 18, 2017

How to Determine the Niche of Your Private Practice 

Once you decided to start your own private practice, you might think that a general ‘open door policy’ is best - to make sure you have enough clients to keep the practice going.

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