New eCourse: How to Expand Your Solo Practice to a Group Practice
- Do you have a booked-solid schedule and a waitlist that’s getting longer by the week?
- Have you been getting new client calls or emails with no way to fit them in?
- Are you getting calls or emails from people looking for services you don’t provide?
- Or are you just a business-savvy therapist looking for more freedom in your career?
Whatever your reason may be, one thing is certain — there has never been a greater need for mental health professionals, making this an excellent time for solo practitioners to expand to a group practice.
Working with other clinicians in a group practice allows you to broaden your reach much further than you’re able to do on your own. It can also bring in extra revenue, give you a chance to take on new challenges, and help you leverage your time to serve even more clients in this arduous time when mental health services are so direly needed.
We realize that making the transition may seem overwhelming, especially when group practices come in so many different forms. Yours could be as simple as two clinicians working in the same office, or it could consist of multiple clinicians working under the same practice name. It could be a group of niched therapists who all practice the same set of therapeutic techniques, or it could be a more diverse group of clinicians specializing in a broad range of different conditions.
A thriving group practice doesn’t just happen – it takes a lot of thought and planning to ensure a healthy transition. But with so many different things to consider, it can be challenging to know where to begin.
That’s where we come in!
This 6-day email course will guide you through the transition from a solo practice to a successful group practice in easy-to-follow, actionable steps:
- Get all your ducks in a row (legally speaking)
- Revise your business plan (or create one) that fits your group practice’s model with this free outline
- Do less & make more by organizing your practice & automating everyday tasks (includes discounts)
- Establish written standards to align all group practice processes (includes a free HIPAA form)
- Identify your needs, and which questions to ask so you can hire the right people the first time
- Revamp your private practice website and start marketing your practice (special offer included)
If you’re ready to take the first step in expanding your solo practice to a group practice, sign up for our free e-course today: