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Private Practice Strategy Session

There are a lot of things I love to do, but helping people make their dreams come true is at the top of my list! Book a a 60-minute Strategy Session to get one-on-one time with me to talk about your big entrepreneurship goals, whether you're thinking of starting your private practice, or you already have your solo or group private practice and want it to grow with your goals and values. Maybe you have questions on clinical issues or documentation. $125 per Private Practice Strategy Session

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Business Consulting

Are you looking for more ongoing support as you scale your private practice? 

Business consulting for therapists, social workers, licensed mental health counselors, psychiatrists and psychologists, coaches, and healers looking to create or improve their private practice. This one-on-one coaching is designed to empower mental health professionals in building a thriving and profitable solo business/private practice that aligns with their goals and values. Skip the DIY hassle and get the support you need so that you can do more of what you love - helping and healing others.  

 This is for you if….

  • You value or yearn for freedom, financial abundance and providing quality of services. 

  • You are hesitant about leaving your full time job to start private practice

  • You are feeling confused with systems and policies that have to be put in place that are HIPAA compliant

  • You are nervous that your practice won’t thrive in times of uncertainty, scarcity mindset

  • You are scared of marketing and being visible.

  • You want to become the best version of yourself in your personal and professional life

  • You want to put systems in place that will help you operate your business with ease. 


  • This is a 6-month program

  • 1:1 Coaching

  • Sessions held bi-weekly

  • Sessions are 60 minutes

  • Support available in between sessions

Create the Private Practice you've dreamed of!

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