“When I started with you, I was simply overwhelmed with all the decisions that needed to be made. These days, I can do more higher-level thinking and less detailed work.”
Butt in chair hours lead to burnout and a cap on your income.
Group practice is the way through.
But how do we make it easier? Master these five tasks!
- Understand the six roles of the group practice CEO.
- Hire people for your culture.
- Build systems to improve ease and consistency.
- Know your numbers (practice metrics and P&L).
- Get support for your blind spots/limiting beliefs.
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How Can We Help You?
Start Your Group Practice
Your solo practice is full.
You want to stop giving away your hard-earned referrals to your colleagues. Is a group practice your next step?
Grow Your Group Practice
You want more ideas on systems, profit, hiring, and other ways you could make things easier. Consider group support with individual feedback.
One to One Coaching
Have nagging questions? Wondering where the profit is? Or want to zero in on unique issues related to your practice and you as a business owner?
You Don’t Have to Go Through This Alone.
Get support from the person who literally wrote the book on how to move from Clinician to Confident CEO.
There comes a point when solo practice just isn’t enough…Enough challenge or enough profit. Group Practice is the answer.
But as therapists we know, every time we solve one problem, another pops up.
Group Practice brings issues like these:
- Extra work
- Less profit
- Additional people to manage
- Further loneliness for the owner
There is a way through. Shall we get started?
What Others Are Saying
“I didn’t know what to first – or next. I was tired and nervous about all the things that were – and were not – happening.”
“Back then, no one was encouraging therapists to be wealthy, and your definition of wealthy included the life balance I needed. I watched every video you did and shared them with my entrepreneurial brother. He said, ‘Just do everything she says.’ So I did!”
“I got so frustrated with my group practice that I started writing ‘end dates’ on my calendar. I convinced myself that if the practice wasn’t doing better in two months, I would close it.”