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  1. Takaharu on said:

    Hi Daphne. Welcome to Influential Therapist. I can totally retlae to where you are at this point in time. Almost 20 years ago I was switching careers and juggling several jobs as I was actively building my Private Practice for me and my young son.Insurance and other benefits are the golden handcuffs I write about a lot. However, each benefit has a dollar value. Eventually, you’ll have to figure out the cost for you to replace those benefits. Then divide it by your per session rate and you’ll know how many clients you’ll need to see each week to replace those benefits.Check out health insurance options through the Chambers of Commerce near you (shop around, you don’t have to join the chapter in your town), as they often offer benefit options for members (they are also a good source for networking and referrals).You might also want to check with a state university or college. I know that around here, if you teach 2 courses a semester at our state university you have the option to purchase benefits through them.Finally, perhaps one of your contractual jobs would be willing to do a trade with you for benefits.If you really want to build your Private Practice, keep looking outside the box ! Good luck to you.Keep checking the website I’ll certainly have some webinars and trainings that might be helpful to you.Deb Legge

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