My one-on-one consulting applies to two main groups of practitioners:

Early-stage solo practitioners:

Includes those transitioning out of agencies or finishing graduate programs, wanting to start a practice from scratch.  It can also include those already in practice, but with ten clients or less.

I ask for a 3-month commitment to build a steady foundation.  During that time, we can cover:

  • Planning a transition into private practice that’s financially and energetically sustainable.
  • Communicating with and serving your ideal client populations.
  • Determining sensible pricing and fee policies.
  • Cultivating the client and colleague relationships that matter to you most.
  • Hiring out the things you don’t like to do or don’t know how to do.
  • Establishing and optimizing the administrative, marketing, and financial aspects of your practice.

Later-stage solo practitioners:

Includes those already in practice with more than ten clients, wanting to expand and diversify their practice.

No minimum commitment required – we can schedule according to your needs.  We can continue developing some of the above areas, and also explore:

  • Reducing dependence on insurance and attracting private pay clients.
  • Expanding into other counseling services, such as couples or group work.
  • Expanding into other roles, such as private practice consulting.