Building and maintaining a private practice today requires initiative, creativity, and a willingness to adapt new tools, technologies, and techniques to your business. As a therapist, and a small business owner of a private practice, you face the challenges of fluctuating market trends, infrastructure inefficiencies, seismic changes in demographic populations, complex reimbursement systems, and technological advances which alter practice patterns. Your “therapist side” may be reluctant to think of yourself as a businessperson; however, if you are to keep offering your valuable services, you owe it to yourself and your clients to build the most effective and efficient practice possible.
This book explores technology and methodology to help you streamline your administrative duties, while expanding your clinical reach—thus helping your practice thrive.
About the Author
Tracy Todd, PhD, is a licensed marriage and family therapist and consults on business planning for therapists. He lives in Westminster, Colorado.