By late 2015, she had done her preparations. She knew it was legal and ethical. She knew that efficacy rates were just as good as in office. And her search for top quality HIPAA compliant tools led her to iTherapy.
Finally, she did it. She made the decision and started her private practice. She started it as a part time job taking clients in the evening while still working at the university, but she looked forward to the day she could abandon her 5AM alarm and hour-long commute. Excitedly, she told her friends, co-workers and colleagues about her new practice. She’d even kept in touch with fellow students from grad school. All of these friends ended up becoming referral sources for her. She was doing it! She was building her private practice!
By summer of 2016, she had done it. She had built her new business up to where it could replace her day job. Amber resigned before the fall term and has been working her private practice since. (She’s also planning a trip abroad and she’ll be able to keep in contact with her clients while she’s out.)
No matter what kind of practice you want to start or grow, you too can be successful. In fact, it has never been easier to be successful.