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.

Listen to the Money Skills for Therapists podcast in your favourite app!

Picture of Hi I'm Linzy

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.

Do you have a question for Linzy?

Record your message below, and we’ll do our best to answer it on an upcoming podcast episode!

Please say your first name and then share your question. We do edit these questions, so don’t worry if you make a mistake! Just start your sentence again if needed.

And be sure to tune in to our new Q&A episodes to hear thoughtful questions and insightful answers about money.

Check out our latest episodes....

Episode Cover Image for Financial Strategies for Private Practice Owners with Andrew Riesen

Have you wondered about when to take your business to the next level or when it’s worth it in the US to become an S-corp? Linzy talks with Andrew Riesen of Heard, an all-in-one financial solution for therapists in private practice. They discuss a vital step all private practice owners should take when it comes to their business and how to take that step.

Go to this episode »
Episode Cover Image - Using Money for What Matters: Linzy Gets Interviewed by Maegan Megginson

What does money mean to you, and how can it better serve you and your values? In this season six closer episode, the tables turn, and Maegan Megginson joins Linzy to interview her about what she has learned about money during her years working with therapists on their financial skills.

Go to this episode »
Episode Cover Image - Making Mindful Money Choices with Cynthia Agyeman-Anane

What words come up for you when you think of money, and how do those words shape how you use money? Linzy and guest Cynthia Agyeman-Anane dive into how our core beliefs around money can shape the business decisions we make. Cynthia talks about her decision to transition into owning her own private practice and how her core beliefs around security and freedom impacted that decision.

Go to this episode »
Episode Cover Graphic for Owning Your Role as the Leader of Your Practice Coaching Session

What beliefs do you have that impact your view of yourself as a business owner? Linzy and guest Danielle Ritsema dig into Danielle’s group practice numbers in this coaching session. They explore practical tips such as how to make sense of profit and loss statements and how to get all of the right numbers in one place so that more informed decisions can be made.

Go to this episode »
Episode Cover Image for How Digging into Our Own Money Stories Can Improve Our Therapeutic Relationships with Wendy Wright

Have you considered how your own money stories impact your relationship with clients? Linzy talks with guest Wendy Wright about how our own money stories impact our therapeutic relationships and why digging into those stories is important. Wendy shares how money stories can show up within private practice and how understanding and navigating those stories can strengthen the work we do with clients.

Go to this episode »

How can looking at the big picture and thinking expansively lead to more financial freedom? In this coaching session, Linzy and Peter H. Addy dig into Peter’s numbers and how to make his finances work by balancing his therapy work and his education work.

Go to this episode »

How can therapists who are lacking resources help themselves get more resources through marketing? In this episode with Jenn Fredette, Jenn and Linzy dive into how marketing can help therapists find the best audience and expand in meaningful ways.

Go to this episode »

How can building a personal brand expand your private practice? Returning guest Maegan Megginson talks with Linzy about the benefits of building a personal brand, why therapists are perfect for this kind of work, and why it’s wise to begin building your personal brand before diversifying your offerings.

Go to this episode »

How do the taboos around money impact fee setting and our interactions with clients? How can culture and class impact our own attitudes and understandings of financial arrangements, and what can we do about it? Guest Celeste Pietrusza talks with Linzy about the stories and messaging that impact our relationship with money as we move into therapy and private practice. Celeste shares the way that relationship with money directly influences how we handle fees and the financial side of the therapist/ client relationship.

Go to this episode »

© Copyright 2022 | Money Nuts & Bolts Consulting Inc. | All Rights Reserved

Want to stay
in Touch?