Attention Speech, Occupational and Physical Therapists:
New Report Reveals How to
Select an Hourly Rate That Is Fair
to Both You and Your Private Clients
Private practice consultant reveals the number one mistake
most SLPs, OTs and PTs make when setting their hourly fee
Have you always wanted your own private practice?
Does the idea of selecting a private therapy rate that is either too high
(or too low) keep you up at night?
Have you put off treating private clients because you have no
idea what to charge for your services?
I totally understand.
It's not your fault.
You probably know that your clinical expertise is valuable and you
can charge for your services.
You've probably looked all over the Internet, on Facebook and in professional forms to try to figure out what "the going rate" for speech therapy, occupational therapy or physical therapy in your area -
but you haven't been able to figure out what to charge.
That's okay. This is what I do, so help is on the way.
It is possible to settle on an hourly fee that
You can go out and do hours of research on the ASHA / AOTA / APTA websites and forums, ask strangers on Facebook or try to take your best guess at a fair rate
Read this simple 18 page Guide that condenses everything you need to know about Setting Your Hourly Rate into information you can actually use.
Oh - and it comes with a free Hourly Rate Calculator.
Here's just a little of what you'll discover:
Why It's Just $10...
I'm only charging $19 for 3 reasons:
1. $19 puts it within the reach of the vast majority of most people. It's not too expensive for SLPs, OTs or PTs who might not be happy with their current level of disposable income and are trying to keep the cost of starting their private practice to a minimum
2. Anyone who is serious about starting their private practice needs to make sure that they are charging an hourly fee that will keep the clients coming
3. The Hourly Rate Calculator cost quite a bit to have custom made and I want to recoup some of the costs
If you're thinking, "$19, that's so cheap! What's the catch?" then I want you to think about what is the minimum investment that you can make in yourself to get over the hurdle of starting your own business.
So if you're serious about treating your own private clients and you need some advice on setting your private therapy rate, then click the "Add to Cart" button below.
If you need to justify the expense, think about how much it will cost you to charge too little (and miss out on income) or too much (and have no one hire you.)
WARNING: All Private Practice Owners Make Mistakes
Almost every would-be private practice owner tells me that the number one reason they put off their dreams is the fear of making a mistake.
I want to save you from the big mistakes (like not charging the right rate) but you need to realize that it is okay to make small mistakes with your practice. They provide opportunities to improve, learn and grow.
This Guide will help you nail down at least one major obstacle that stands between you and your private practice dreams: charging a fair hourly rate.