Play Therapy Practice Building Spotlight: Sarah Stein-Wolf

Sarah Stein-Wolf shares the things that have worked well (and not so well) in her first six months of play therapy practice in this video interview with Jen Taylor

Learn the ONE THING that Sarah wishes she would have thought more about before opening her play therapy private practice.

And also, hear about the networking strategy that helps her grow her practice and ward off the dreaded isolation of solo practice. 

Build Your Ideal Play Therapy Practice

Sarah Stein-Wolf got off to a great start in her business with some 1:1 coaching with Lynn Louise Wonders.  Lynn is so good at helping clinicians start or grow their play therapy practice that  I  have partnered up with her to provide private practice coaching in an online, self paced format!  

It's called the  Play Therapy Practice Building Academy. And we have a private Facebook group for our members where you can lean in for even more personalized support. It's really the best of both worlds at a price that is affordable in the early stages of your private practice.  Join now. 

Want more play therapy practice success stories? 

Listen to Cary Hamilton share the personality trait that she feels is most needed in a successful private practice. 

Play Therapy Practice Building Exercise

Sarah talks about the challenges in transitioning out of full time agency work into private practice.

How much money do you think you need to set aside to make the leap into private practice?  

Please let me know in the comments. 

About the Author Jen Taylor

Jennifer Taylor, LCSW, RPT is an experienced child and family therapist and public speaker who specializes in trauma, ADHD, and conduct problems. Discover more about her diverse clinical background and family. Reach out to Jennifer with questions or comments by emailing at info@jentaylorplaytherapy.com

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