You’re likely here because you’re wanting to start a private practice.
You’re approaching the end of your graduate program, or losing stamina for your current job. You want to be in charge of your time, your income, who you work with, and how you work with them. You envision a practice that’s empowering to both you and your clients, and that you can sustain without burning out.
Or maybe you’re already established in private practice and ready to expand what you’re doing. You want to step away from insurance panels and transition to private-pay, or create some new offerings that are more alive for you and better serve your people.
I believe that our communities are stronger when supported by private practice owners who have energy for and love what they do. I created Steady Practice to support you on that journey.