Private Practice Challenge Week 2: Fees


We all need to be talking about money more. We all need to make money, but we don’t always love talking about it. We want to focus on the clinical work and ignore the money, but the two are absolutely intertwined!

FEAR NOT - we’ve got a plan.

In this training we talked about how to break down how your vision leads to you determining your fee. You walk away with a clear formula on how to determine your fee, how to talk about your fee with new clients and how to raise that fee with current clients. We will also talk about what to do if you take insurance or sliding scale clients.

When you charge a fee that can sustain your practice, it means you keep your doors open to serve the people who need you AND you don’t have resentment in the therapeutic relationship. It’s time to say hello, hola, willkommen to a financially stable private practice that helps people.

  1. Get your Private Practice Fees Worksheet Here

  2. After the training you will be able to identify how to set your fees in your practice.

Miranda Palmer

I have successfully built a cash pay psychotherapy practice from scratch on a shoestring budget. I have also failed a licensed exam by 1 point (only to have the licensing board send me a later months later saying I passed), started an online study group to ease my own isolation and have now reached thousands of therapists across the country, helped other therapists market their psychotherapy practices, and helped awesome business owners move from close to closing their doors, to being profitable in less than 6 weeks. I've failed at launching online programs. I've had wild success at launching online programs. I've made mistakes in private practice I've taught others how to avoid my mistakes. You can do this. You were called to this work. Now- go do it! Find some help or inspiration as you need it- but do the work!