Episode 154- Starting and Thriving in Private Practice on a Shoestring Budget

Updated: Dec 22, 2021

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startup nation, meet: Michael Noll

Michael is a diverse individual with a varied background in music (bass guitar - 23 years), computer programming (IT) and a love for all things Star Wars/Marvel and Milwaukee Brewers.

Being a therapist is what he was designed to be, though, but it took him a bit longer to get there...(about 20 years longer than many). He's creative, kind, introverted and a bit off the beaten path.

Currently creating and cultivating his Mental Health Professionals Networking group to bring about an agency without walls for referrals, networking and "get to know who's out there" camaraderie in the community.

show notes

Starting a private practice doesn't have to cost $1000's!! The main things you need to keep in mind:

  1. Basic Necessities (Rent, Furniture, Record Keeping, simple advertising, office supplies, intake paperwork

  2. Locating the right (for now, or maybe forever) location in your $$ range

  3. Marketing on the budget (Psychology Today, Therapy Den, Facebook, Instagram, Google My Business, Biz cards)

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