Why you'll love this course

The question how to set practice fees can present a tense issue for therapists -- but they don't have to be. Kelly and Miranda give you the formula to determine how much you need to charge to meet your goals while providing an important service.

Course description

Fee setting is an inherently complicated task. We value our work, and we expect clients to as well. We also want to serve our communities, including those in need. This course offers a clear strategy to develop a fee structure that makes sense for your unique practice, grounded in adherence to responsibilities that sometimes push us in multiple directions at once. Topics include initial fee setting, adjusting fees for individual clients, sliding fee scales, and addressing financial issues directly with clients.

Total running time 73 minutes. On-demand, recorded video format (non-interactive). This course does not provide continuing education (CE) credit.


Kelly Higdon, MS, LMFT

Kelly Higdon, LMFT is a psychotherapist in virtual practice and the co-founder of Business School Bootcamp for Therapists. She is passionate about helping therapists build private practices without the burnout. She believes that private practices that are viable and successful is one of the important ways to combat mental health stigma in our communities.

Miranda Palmer, MS, LMFT

Miranda Palmer, LMFT has been coaching and consulting with therapists for 10 years and has helped thousands of therapists tap into the full potential of a career in the mental health field. She is co-creator of the Business School Bootcamp for Therapists that is helping therapists build, rebuild, and streamline private practice from the ground up to create more ease, more happiness, and spend more of their time working with awesome clients.

Additional Information

Format and Length:

On-demand, recorded video format (non-interactive). Total running time 73 minutes.

Who Should Attend:

Psychologists, counselors, clinical social workers, marriage and family therapists, and mental health professionals. This course is especially well-suited to those currently working in, or considering moving into, private practice.

Publication and Review Dates:

Course Published: March 25, 2021 

Refund Policy:

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No Continuing Education credit:

This course does not provide continuing education (CE) credit.