"Lead with your heart,
and don’t let fear get in the way."

Wendy Pitts Reeves

Should You Accept Insurance In Your Private Practice?

It depends.

There is no one right answer to that question, because there is no one best way to design your ideal practice.

The key is to make that...

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5 Simple Ways to Be Sure You Get Paid

You just finished a great session, and the energy was awesome.

You know you and your client did some really good work, and you can tell...

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What is Your (Therapeutic) Relationship to Money?

“It’s about so much more than the money…”

…she said, as we walked together up the hill to the office. She’d...

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How to Clean Up the Money Mess in Our Heads


Talk about conflicted.

When we set out to open a practice offering our services to the world, we couldn’t wait to do all the...

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7 of the Biggest Mistakes I Made as a New Practitioner

It’s amazing really, that I even made it.

When I started my private practice, the first business I’d ever created, I had no idea...

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The First Number You Have to Know to Run a Successful Practice

The feeling came out of nowhere.

One minute, I was having a perfectly reasonable and practical conversation with my awesome bookkeeper...

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How to Recognize (and Serve) the Clients You’ll Love

Of course, you love everybody.

Well, almost, anyway.

And when you opened the doors to your private practice, you were bursting with excitement...

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How to Reorganize, Realign and Recommit to Your Success


We’re already half way through this year. Just like that. And all those big plans and dreams and goals that sounded so good back at...

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5 Steps to Turning Things Around When Business is Down

Reader Alert: This is a personal post that may disappoint some of you.

Last fall, when I got back from...

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What to Do When Your Event Doesn’t Fill

And the tickets were just not selling. Ugh.

To say that she was discouraged is an understatement. This was...

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