Dealing With Difficult Therapy Notes Charting Issues in Therapy Practice
It’s been a nightmare for many – I’m sure I’m not the only one! Finding online software to handle billing, notes, and insurance had been something I simply wanted to avoid. Yet, I had to admit feeling that if I could just find the right package, a myriad of problems would be answered.Read More
How To Get Your Therapy Clients To Pay On Time
There are a lot of great reasons to go into private practice. Independence definitely tops the list of pros. But one of the cons of working for yourself is dealing with clients who don’t pay on time or at all.
When you work for someone else, someone else absorbs the hit. When you work for yourself, every late or missed payment represents a bill that you need to pay or a vacation you have to delay.Read More
How to Diversify Your Income as a Therapist
Are all of your eggs in one basket?
As a therapist working in private practice, you’re very aware of the ups and downs of self-employment. Sometimes, the stars align, and you have a steady stream of clients. Other times, there’s a tumbleweed blowing through your office.
And for those of you who have more clients than you know what to do with, you’re facing another problem: there’s only one you and you’re pushed to the limit and out of time. You’ve been working overtime with one on one client sessions and you’re burned out. But, decreasing your hours will mean less money in the bank, affecting your retirement and your peace of mind.
So, what should you do? Diversify, of course. Not sure how?Read More
Avoid Therapist Burnout by Recognizing the Signs
Are you burned out?
As a therapist, you’ve devoted your life to the service of others. You are committed to helping others have a healthy and successful life, but what about yourself?
As they say, you can’t pour from an empty cup. Sometimes, you give so much of yourself that there’s nothing left to give.
If you’re running on empty (or getting close), here are a few tips to help you fill back up:Read More