Deep, thoughtful, raw conversations with real therapists who are in the midst of leaning into raising fees and making bank – all while working with the clients they are passionate about serving.
Do Queer Therapists Have A RIGHT To Charge Premium Fees; A Conversation With Lee And Courtney
In this episode, Lee Dal Pra. LCSW and Courtney Wells, PhD share their experience working in private practice and Leaning In to charging premium fees, while simultaneously contending with the messages that in order for Queer people and BIPOC people to deserve wealth, they have to work ten times harder AND focus on giving back to the community, ultimately sacrificing their own well being.
Want to learn how to charge Premium Fees? Make sure to register for our Fee Workshop at www.heytiffany.com/workshop
How Dana Paid Off $120,00 Dollars In Student Loans.
In this episode, we're speaking with Dana Belletiere, a licensed therapist out of New Hampshire.
After years of education Dana found herself in a heap of debt feeling trapped and hopeless. Dana decided to put herself in the driver's seat of her money and career, ultimately creating her ideal work environment and tackling $120,000 dollars of student debt!
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What happened when Alisa raised her fees and surpassed her husband’s income to become the family breadwinner.
FEE WEEK is coming: Register Here ==> http://www.heytiffany.com/feeweek
In this week’s episode, we talk to Alisa Taylor, MFT who works with mothers around identifying, setting and HOLD their boundaries. She also served as a Money Mentor in The Lean In. MAKE BANK. Academy. And deeyamn, in this episode, you’ll learn why.
Alisa is going to BLOW YOUR MIND.
Bonus: FEE WEEK is coming!
Tiffany here popping in on a random Wednesday to announce that FEE WEEK #2 is almost heeere. 🎉
I know, be stilly thine heart.
You can register for fee week here ==> http://www.heytiffany.com/feeweek
Why a Covid-19 induced Pulmonary Embolism Lead Drew To Raise Her Fees
In this episode, Drew will talk about how, after 20 years in Social Work, she was inspired to start her Private Practice only to be faced with a life-threatening situation which ultimately led her to raise her fees.
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Bonus: FEE WEEK is Coming!
FEE WEEK: Roadmap to your 6-Figure year is opening for enrollment next week. 🎉
FEE WEEK is a free 5-day pop up extravaganza for therapists and social workers who are ready to earn more in private practice while working less.
What you will get:
5 Days of Access to our Exclusive FB Community where you will be surrounded by therapists who are ready to play bigger and earn more, without apology. Short digestible workshops each day that will walk you through the steps to create your Roadmap to a 6-figure year. One 5 minute action you can take each day to help you take the next step on Your 6-figure Roadmap (I know your time is precious, so this one action will be short, sweet and POWERFUL). Daily FB Lives with Private Practice Fee Strategist Tiffany McLain, where you can ask questions, get to know your fellow baller therapists and get clear about your next step to 6-figures. PRIZES! Daily prizes when you complete each action AND a $500 for one lucky therapist who completes all 5 daily action steps.
Stay tuned! Next week, we'll tell you how you can enroll. Make sure you're following us on Instagram @TiffanyLMcLain to get the latest information.
What the €%^?
I was introduced to this podcast on Facebook from a therapist’s post on Clinicians of Color. I am totally blow away. I am currently working in federal government and have a part time private practice. I know that my current plan has me in federal government for about 9 more years. (We will see) This podcast has me REaDy to get my $#+! Together. I feel like this has certainly inspired me. I’ve been in part time private practice for one year and this is the best timing for me. I can’t wait to take Lean In Make Bank. I will be setting aside those funds right now. She REaDy. I’ve been learning so much from the podcast I can’t imagine what the full course will bring. Whennnnnnnn is the next session!
Don’t let the title fool you, Tiffany will get much more than your money sorted out. Maybe it’s dramatic 🤷🏻♀️, but this podcast has changed my life. I’m not in PP (yet), but here is a short list of areas about which my thinking has shifted:
-imposter syndrome might be a lot more about the system than me as an individual and if I paid myself well and gave myself time I could learn and grow exponentially as a clinician
-how burnout is ruining gifted clinicians who want to make a difference
-Instead of burning out, give yourself time and resources to make a real impact on a broken system
-challenging white saviorism
-how to invest in causes you care about long-term
-how I want to show up for my clients (rested and researched)
-how I want to show up for my family and friends
-challenging old stories about money and allowing myself to WANT and DREAM
-considering my identities as a queer, white woman therapist
-why are you still reading this? go listen!!!
Thank you for this podcast!
I am working towards licensure right now. I want to open a private practice a year from now. So inspiring that I don’t have to take a vow of poverty in this field. There is pressure to work for nothing. This is opening my eyes to what is possible. We all deserve to earn as much as want.