How to Set Fees: Ethics & Outcomes
Miranda Palmer, LMFT & Kelly Higdon, LMFT of ZynnyMe
How do you set a fee in private practice that is ethically sound, that allows your clients to get great outcomes, and that allows you to keep your doors open? It can be trickier than you think! Learn a clear strategy to develop a fee that makes sense for your unique practice, discuss the ethical obligation and pitfalls of sliding scale therapy, and develop confidence in talking about money with your clients in a way that facilitates great clinical outcomes.
- Attendees will be able to verbalize a formula for developing a fee for private practice clients.
- Attendees will be able to verbalize three ethical issues connected to private practice fees.
- Attendees will be able to verbalize two ways that clinical outcomes can be impacted by fees.
- Attendees will be able to verbalize three other forms of giving back beyond sliding scale fees.
Miranda Palmer, LMFT loves helping therapists bridge the gap between what it takes to be a great therapist who gets great clinical outcomes and what it takes to run a successful therapy practice. She has helped thousands of therapists from around the world make the mindset shifts that allow a more effortless application of marketing strategies that grow a private practice that is not just financially sustainable, but that gets great clinical outcomes.
Kelly Higdon, LMFT believes that private practice is one of the solutions to increasing access to quality mental health in our communities. Her passion lies in empowering private practice owners to serve at their highest and best, improving clinical outcomes through their business planning and to break the statistic that mental health clinicians are the worst paid Masters’ degree. She has helped thousands through training, education and coaching.
ZynnyMe (Kelly + Miranda)
ZynnyMe, founded by Kelly Higdon and Miranda Palmer, was born from two licensed therapists coming together to empower private practice owners to serve at their highest and best, improve clinical outcomes through business planning, and to break the statistic that mental health clinicians are the worst paid Masters’ degree. Kelly and Miranda provide coaching and training through their Private Practice Community, the Business School Bootcamp for Therapists, and educational webinars, and have helped thousands of clinicians from around the world.