^^ Click Above to Listen to Episode ^^ In this episode, we get to hear from New York based therapist Stephanie Dobbin. Stephanie is a relationally based group process therapist who, on a dare from a friend, raised her fees from $110 to $150. She was nervous, but she took the chance. What happened? [...]
The Money Sessions Episode 16: How this testing psychologist consultant raised his fees from $250/hour to $400/hour
^^ Click Above to Listen to Episode ^^ It's exhausting putting all the extra hours into your practice now so you can afford to live the life you love later. But what if you could overcome the fear of raising your rates while creating a schedule that works for you in order to live the [...]
The Money Sessions Episode 15: Tiffany’s $16,000 tax mistake with private practice tax specialist, Mickey Kerr.
^^ Click Above to Listen to Episode ^^ Woah! I love this episode. We're diving in with Mickey Kerr from WellnessFi a book-keeping and tax specialist advising organization that specializes in working with therapists. We're going to talk about my $16,000 tax mistake. Back in 2018, I paid over 20k towards my student loans [...]
^^ Click Above to Listen to Episode ^^ In this episode, we get to hear from another Ohio based therapist, John Harrison. John grew up with money messages that did not serve him and he became aware of how these messages were playing out in his practice in ways that weren't serving him. In this [...]
The Money Sessions Episode 13: “Divorce is more expensive than couples therapy” & Other Therapy-Fee Gems
^^ Click Above to Listen to Episode ^^ In this episode, we get to hear from New York psychoanalyst Teresa Solomita. Teresa and I go waaay back. Well, way back to 2017 when she participated in a beta marketing program I was testing out. While I pulled the plug on the program, our friendship [...]
The Money Sessions Episode 12: How becoming the sole breadwinner forced Donna to get real about her practice.
^^ Click Above to Listen to Episode ^^ In this episode, we will be hearing from New York/New Jersey based therapist Donna Corbett. I have heard from so many therapists (100% of them women) who talk about the fact that they treat their private practice more like a hobby than a profession. In this [...]
^^ Click Above to Listen to Episode ^^ Kyra Grossman is doing everything right - he's raised his fees, is able to afford nice vacations, and he's finally earning enough to pay for retirement and up his professional game by paying for things like for great consultation, yet he can't shake the feeling that [...]
The Money Sessions Episode 10: How Zoey implemented a NO-CANCELLATION policy in her therapy practice
^^ Click Above to Listen to Episode ^^ In this episode, we get to hear from Ohio based therapist Zoey Holguin who defied the odds by going cash pay in her insurance based town and how this gave her the space to start an online business and scale up her practice. Why this change? [...]
The Money Sessions Episode 9: Leaving group practice – How Jenn went from charging $50/session to $175
^^ Click Above to Listen to Episode ^^ In this episode of The Money Sessions, we get to hear from Virginia based therapist Jenn Fredette. Jenn is going to talk about just how hard it was for her to leave her group practice, given that she felt a responsibility to stick with the people [...]
^^ Click Above to Listen to Episode ^^ In this session, we get to hear from Emily Whitish, a therapist just outside of Seattle who decided to get off *most* insurance panels and raise her rates to $200/session despite living in a small town. She specializes in working with people who have chronic illness [...]