Business Paperwork for Private Practice Paperwork For Mental Health Professionals...

Attorney Approved Business Paperwork:

If you're a private practitioner wanting to scale your business, offer podcasts, hire independent contractors or a virtual assistant, you'll need business paperwork to protect yourself and your business.  

Our Attorney Approved Business Paperwork provides clear guidelines and expectations for your working relationships.  All paperwork is easy to update and fully customizable. 

Looking for more comprehensive Attorney Approved Private Practice Paperwork? Cherry pick the best from our 20+ A La Carte forms or save more money with our Base and Peak Package options. 


Discover the paperwork you'll need to grow your practice...

See below for attorney approved, customizable business paperwork helping you grow your dream private practice. All forms meet the highest legal 

and ethical standards of professional. 



Protects podcast publication.



Protects intellectual property.

Independent Contractor Agreement

A must have when hiring.

Includes a W9.

Independent Contractor

Agreement & Timesheet

Includes both agreement & time sheet

making it easy to track hours. Includes a W9.

Business Associates Agreement

(Free Resource)

Must have when working with other companies or professionals. This is a free resource that is NOT Attorney Approved. 

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Private Practice Paperwork?

Want to assure you have legal, ethical, and comprehensive paperwork?  

We've got you covered, check out our 20+ forms in the link below.

Wonderful Paperwork...

Dr. Kate and Katie are true business leaders in the mental health field. I have personally had success based on their mentorship and have benefited greatly from their podcast content. Also, the podcast agreement is wonderful and I use it for my podcast. Thank you ladies!

-Eva Brown, PhD, LMFT

Worth Every Penny...

"I've purchased their attorney approved documents for my practice and I have nothing but great words to say. No more guessing whether you wrote your agreements correctly and clearly. All I had to do is pretty much put in my practice name and address and print out. Worth every penny!"

-Idit Sharoni, LMFT

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