Being a business owner is not easy but it is so rewarding.  One of the things that helps us to travel this entrepreneurial road safely is solid information.  I sat down with Tamara Suttle, of Private Practice from the Inside Out, for this Tuesday Q&A Interview, to discuss the journey of mental health professionals in private practice.  We touch on everything from starting a new practice to ways that mental health professionals accept payment for their services and how to transition to a cash practice, if that is what you desire.

 

Just Starting Out:
When it comes to leaving that 9 to 5 and being your own boss, you have endless dreams of freedom.  This interview will give you great insight to prevent you from jumping out of that 9 to 5 environment and “off a cliff.”

 

Both Feet In and Ready to Transition:
You are already in private practice and you are accepting insurance but you think you would like to transition to cash only.  This interview will give you a way to have that conversation with your clients.  In addition, you get advice on how to do this while being ethical and adhering to insurance rules.
Tamara Tuesday Interview
Support:
The Counselor Entrepreneur LOVES doing Tuesday Q&A and Tuesday Q&A Interviews because it helps you get clarity and build your knowledge base.  However, you have to get to a place where you will be willing to do more if you want to build a solid business.  You didn’t piecemeal information together when you were becoming a mental health professional and you can’t piecemeal information together and build a strong viable business.  So here’s a gift to help you with your training…

 

Tamara Suttle wants to say “thank you” to everyone in The Counselor Entrepreneur community for being the inspiration behind her invitation to Tuesday Q&A.  For those who are interested in or just beginning to blog, she is inviting you to join her in the fall for a 4-week class called, BlogStart for Therapists.  Here are the details:  http://www.allthingsprivatepractice.com/blogstart-for-therapist-registration/Use the discount code TY70 to get a $70 discount.

 

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