Money can be stressful and confusing for therapists and health practitioners in private practice - dealing with all of our feelings and stories about it, understanding how to actually manage our business finances, and making money work for us in our lives can feel so daunting that many therapists just avoid dealing with money altogether.
Join Linzy Bonham, therapist and creator of Money Skills for Therapists, as she demystifies all things private practice finances through short and sweet solo episodes, conversations with therapists who have transformed their relationships with money, and live coaching calls with Money Skills for Therapists students.
Private Practice Money Mistakes with Accountant Julie Herres
Where to Start with Your Private Practice Finances
Abundance vs. Scarcity Coaching Session
Money & Relational Trauma with Annie Wright
Building a Sustainable Private Practice with Allison Puryear
Money Skills for Therapist Podcast Trailer
Just What Clinicians Need.
Clinicians know how to help clients through therapy but we don’t get training on money and our relationship with money. This podcast will help you get and keep your practice on track for financial success.
I cannot accurately describe how refreshing it is to listen to a podcast about money/finances that is, 1. specifically for therapists, 2. talking about how it’s okay to make (and have and enjoy) money, and 3. encouraging listeners to explore and recognize the EMOTION that comes with our own beliefs/values/perceptions of money and how that impacts our behavior with money. I have always struggled with all things money-related (except how to spend it!) despite being well-aware that numbers are very black-and-white, and finances come down to simple addition and subtraction. Listening to this podcast has felt like having my own personal “lightbulb” moment, and I could not be more excited… this Pod gets me!!
Don’t be deceived by the hushed tones
This podcast is some real talk for therapists in private practice. It’s soft on the ear like a “Delicious Dish” radio program from 1990’s SNL, but filled with truth-bombs about shame, martyrdom, and finances.