“What do I do when I tell a potential client my fee and the “dreaded pause” happens?

“What, exactly, do I tell a client when I want to raise the fee?”

“How do I KNOW if my fee is reasonable?”

“If I raise my fees and all the other therapist raise their fees, what happens to the clients who can’t afford therapy? Haven’t I destroyed the wooooorld?!”

I have just spent the last 5 weeks working with an amazing cohort of women (you know who you are *kisses*) to delve into each of these questions and so much more. I haven’t felt so alive since that time I threw caution to the wind and peed through my skirt in a park full of people (um. kidding?)

At any rate, I want to answer a hundred, a thousand, a bajillion fee questions.

Which is lucky for you.

For the next month or so, I want to tackle as many of your money related private practice questions as I can. If I don’t know the answer (hardly likely), I’ll leave my cozy office and hit the streets (aka. my professional network) to see what other experts have to say on the matter.

So, give yourself the greatest of gifts and take me up on this! No question is too weird, shameful, or awkward. They are all welcome.

Got one? Got 21? Send them all. I’ll do my best to get through as many as possible on my blog, in my email newsletter – written, spoken or on video, with a cat, with a hat, with a feller named Matt.

Huh? Oh.

Just fill out the form below and hit submit. Ah’m about to get all response-CRAZY up in this SH-(shut yo MOUTH).