If you’ve decided you’re ready to take the big step to open a private practice, you may be wondering whether you should go it alone or start a group practice. Each option has its benefits, and at the end of the day, the option that makes sense for you will depend on your needs and practice goals. You can learn a little more about the benefits of each option in this blog, and if you would like to spend some time talking through your options to make an informed decision, consider reaching out to the Private Practice DIY team to schedule a consultation.
Benefits of Group Practice
If you’re interested in starting a group private practice, there are some great benefits to this option, especially if you have a group of peers you hope to work with. Some of the many benefits of starting a group practice include:
Benefits of Solo Practice
If you’re more independent or like the challenge of making business decisions, solo private practice may be a better fit for you. Some of the benefits of solo therapy practice include:
Which Option is Right for You?
You are not like any other therapist. That means the decision of whether to start a group or solo practice is going to be entirely unique to you. The best way to make the decision is to take some time to talk through your options and private practice goals with a knowledgeable professional like me, Christina Runnels. At Private Practice DIY, I put my years of experience as solo and group therapy practice owner to work supporting my peers as they start their private practice journey or take steps to grow their business. If you’re struggling to make the final decision about whether to start a group or solo practice, let’s get to together to discuss the benefits and drawback of each option, so you can make an informed decision. Get started today by requesting a 15-minute initial consultation. I look forward to hearing from you soon!