The winter months are generally a very busy time for private practices in Australia. Not only that, June is an important month for businesses as they review the financial year gone by, in preparation for the new financial year.

How did you kick off the busy season last month?

Missed our last update? Read the May summary here!

Blog Roundup

Everything You Need to Prepare Your Private Practice for the New Financial Year

To help you with your business planning, we shared a post listing all our resources that can be used to plan and review your private practice.

If you didn’t get a chance to finish your business review and planning last month, it’s not too late to do so now!

6 Signs You Need to Change Your Private Practice Business Attitude

Do you find that you work so hard non-stop, yet your practice doesn’t seem to be growing?

If so, one reason might be that your approach to business may need readjusting.

If you agree with any of the following statements, read our blog on reevaluating your private practice business attitude!

  1. “I can’t block out any hours for business tasks. What if clients want to book in during that time?”
  2. “I can’t do business meetings (or other tasks) during XAM-XPM because that’s my prime client time.”
  3. “I’d happily book in a spontaneous, same-day appointment in the time slot that I saved to do admin or business tasks.”
  4. “I’d rather do my business-related stuff in my own time and leave the business hours to just see clients.”
  5. “I don’t have enough time to work on my business properly because I’m seeing clients until late at night (or I have back-to-back appointments).”
  6. “I could never imagine dedicating a whole day a week to business tasks and miss out on a whole day’s worth of revenue.”

Blog Series: Private Practice Recruitment Checklist

Are you thinking of hiring a new practitioner for your private practice? Adding a team member to a private practice isn’t always as straightforward as it might seem. There is a lot of planning that goes into first making sure that your practice truly needs a new practitioner. Then, you need to make sure that your practice can support having a new member, especially in the initial stages where there might be a reduction in revenue and productivity.

Our blog series “Private Practice Recruitment Checklist” takes you through each of the planning aspects step by step, to ensure that you’re ready for a new team member.

Private Practice Recruitment Checklist

Knowledge Base

Private Practice Recruitment Guide

Last month’s Knowledge Base highlight was the Private Practice Recruitment Process Guide and Templates.

This 22-page Recruitment Guide provides everything you need during the actual hiring process, starting from a job ad to interview questions and a letter of offer template.

Download and use this guide to minimise impact on productivity during the recruitment stages, and to ensure a seamless, consistent and professional process you can duplicate every time you add a new practitioner to your team.

Private Practice Recruitment Process Guide + Templates

Psychology Practice Client Consent Form

Are you starting a private practice and in need of a client consent form template? Or is it time for you to review and update your current consent form?

Our simple 2-page consent form template explains in easy-to-understand terms the consent terms for a psychology practice.

Download and edit for your own use!

Coaching & Consulting

We are offering a 30% discount for our individual coaching and consulting sessions during this business planning season. Simply book an appointment with our private practice business consultants via our online form to grab your discount!

We hope you enjoyed our content this month as much as we enjoyed creating them! Do you have anything in particular you’d like to learn more about running a successful private practice business? Tell us here!