Money Skills for Therapists Podcast

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.

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Hi I'm Linzy

I’m a therapist in private practice, and a the creator of Money Skills for Therapists. I help therapists and health practitioners in private practice feel calm and in control of their finances.

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Check out our latest episodes....

Episode Cover for Expand Your Private Practice Reach through Partnerships & Grants with Dr. Omolara Uwemedimo

Have you considered how to partner with organizations to serve populations you love while still supporting yourself financially? Linzy talks with Dr. Omolara Uwemedimo who specializes in helping therapists create profitable practice partnerships that better serve communities without sacrificing the therapist’s wellbeing.

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Episode Cover for How To Lower Costs for Clients While Charging Your Full Fee with Christine Li

How can you better support your clients financially while still taking care of your own financial needs? Linzy talks with guest Christine Li, founder of Mentaya, who shares about the out-of-network benefits that many clients could access when attending therapy sessions with therapists who don’t take their insurance. Christine shares that many American therapy clients are missing out on little known insurance benefits that could save them money for each session even if they work with therapists who do not take their insurance.

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Episode Cover Image for Help More People and Increase Profit with Nicole McCance

How quickly are you getting new clients in for consultations? What does the onboarding process look like for a new client? Linzy’s guest Nicole McCance explores common problems group and solo practitioners have when onboarding new clients, and Nicole provides actionable solutions for how to address those problems.

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Episode cover image for Website Wisdom for Health Practitioners with Samantha Mabe

How can your website better serve your private practice business? Guest Samantha Mabe talks about the importance of having a website presence and the essential components of websites for health practitioners in private practice.

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Episode Cover image for Preparing for the Unexpected in Your Private Practice with Mary Beth Simon

Do you have contingency plans in place for your business? In this important conversation, guest Mary Beth Simon explains what it looks like for private practitioners to have contingency plans in place for their businesses. Mary Beth and Linzy discuss why it is wise for practice owners to have business contingency plans in place in addition to personal planning and how that process might look.

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Episode Cover Image for Activating Our Intuition in Our Relationship with Money with Jennifer McGurk

How can intuition play a more meaningful role in our relationship with money? Guest Jennifer McGurk shares about the connection between our relationship with money and our relationship with food. Linzy and Jennifer explore the ways that the stories we internalize about money and about food can have a lot of parallels, and they discuss how the messaging we receive for both can be counterproductive to our own well being.

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Episode Cover Image for Strengthening the Financial Health of Your Private Practice with Cas Tyagi

Do you feel a sense of dread when thinking about bookkeeping and budgeting? Guest Cas Tyagi shares with Linzy about how bookkeeping, or looking back, and budgeting, or looking forward, can bring about positive transformation in your private practice business.

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Episode Cover Image for Money Strategy Tips from a Financial Advisor with Ryan Derousseau

Have you considered how a fee-only financial advisor could help you with your money strategies? Financial advisor Ryan Derousseau joins Linzy on the podcast and shares tips for bringing down your taxable income as well as strategies to make your practice more sustainable as you prepare for retirement.

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Episode Cover Image for Deepening Expertise for Business Excellence with Ali Shapiro

How can mastery help you settle into your business? What can honing your niche do for your private practice? Listen in to hear Linzy and guest Ali Shapiro talk about why it’s worth the time and effort it takes to work towards mastery and how slow, steady growth can be the most effective strategy.

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