Practice Building Opportunities

I love to help clinicians succeed in private practice!  There are enough clients out there for everyone and I want this field and YOU to thrive.  I offer a variety of ways to support you in your growth:

Work with Me

There is no better way to learn than to do! Be part of my practice for a hands-on opportunity to see how to run a successful private practice. This is a contract position where you not only get a industry-standard percentage of client contact billing, but you also get the opportunity to meet with me regularly to learn the ins and outs of private practice. I take on a limited number of people at any given time to ensure the attention is given to your needs.

Website/Psychology Today Review

Lets face it – as clinicians, we aren’t necessarily trained to write content or market ourselves. We get into this field because we love to help people!  For a reasonable fee, I will work with you on the content of your website or your Psychology Today page. I will be honest here – I see A LOT of therapists doing it all wrong and I cringe because I KNOW they are great therapists.  Let me guide you in truly representing yourself and your qualifications in a professional manner.


I am happy to work with you on helping you build your practice through virtual meetings, emails and phone calls. From website content to billing to branding, we can tailor this to your needs so it is not cost-prohibitive.  Building a new practice involves a lot of decision-making that can seem huge and scary, but I can walk this road with you to break it down and not seem so formidable. Again, I love to help therapists realize that they can do this and be successful.


I offer the opportunity for you to do your Marriage and Family Therapy master’s degree internship/practicum with my practice. I only take one intern at a time at this point and only MFTs.


If any of these opportunities are of interest to you, please reach out and lets discuss if working together would be a good fit!  Email me:

“Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing there is a field. I’ll meet you there.”
– Rumi (Persian Poet 1207-1273 AD)

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