...concise, yet rich, portrait of ways to improve your practice and make it the most profitable business it can be. -- Seth Krauss, LCSW, BCD, California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, The Therapist
An extremely well written, practically-oriented, 'how-to' blueprint for establishing oneself in private practice...a valuable refresher for more senior colleagues. -- Pat De Leon, Ph.D. MPH, Former President, American Psychological Association
An outstanding guide for running a successful practice. . . an essential resource that should have a place in every practitioner's library. -- Concepcion Barrio, Ph.D., Associate Professor, San Diego State University School of Social Work
Having Essentials of Private Practice
on your bookshelf is like having a professional consultant on call. -- Jana N. Martin, Ph.D., Past President, The California Psychological Association
I found extremely useful tips that I only wish I had known. . .highly recommended for beginning and experienced therapists alike. -- The Oklahoma Psychologist, Douglas O. Brady, Ph.D., Winter 2005
Provides information, ideas, tools and strategies to enable the practitioner to thrive under a variety of circumstances. -- The National Psychologist, Stuart W. Bassman, Ed.D.
This is an invaluable tool for any practitioner and will save you time, money, and personal frustration. -- Sean Barford, Psymposium
About the Author
Holly A. Hunt, Ph.D., is a psychologist, author, and speaker based in Southern California, where she first established her private practice in 1990. She is the past chair of the Practice Management Committee of the San Diego Psychological Association. For more information visit www.EssentialsOfPrivatePractice.com.