Ask Tiffany: Tiffany Gets HER Finances Assessed #sweating


I got called out.

Yes, yes, I’m here to help you earn more in private practice, but then what do you do with all that hard won income that you bring in after making bank while working with the clients you are passionate about serving?!

Well, shit. I’m trying to figure that out, too.

Over the past three weeks, I’ve been talking to therapist financial coach, Linzy Bonham from Money Nuts and Bolts. We’ve covered:

How to Be a Good Boss to Yourself Article

Ask Tiffany: How to Be a Good Boss to Yourself Episode

Ask Tiffany: How to Survive the Holiday Slump

And NOW – What does it actually look (and FEEEEL) like to get your money shit tight in private practice?



Never you fear, we’ll do it together in this week’s bonus episode of Ask Tiffany.

We’d love to hear from you!

What do you worry about the when it comes to actually getting clear about what is coming in and what is going out each month?!

Join the conversation below.

More about Linzy

Linzy Bonham helps therapists feel calm and confident about money so they can focus instead on the work they love to do. She runs Nuts & Bolts: Money Know-How for Therapists, using her own private practice experiences and knack for finances to teach therapists how to understand and manage their business finances.

You can find her here.


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About the Author

Hey, I’m Tiffany McLain, LMFT, and I teach you how to charge good money for the good work you do.  I’m the founder of Lean In. MAKE BANK. Academy, a group program that empowers therapists and social workers like you to reimagine your relationship with money, offering the tools and community support to not just earn more but to fundamentally change your life and the lives of those you serve.

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