Are you an IBCLC looking to move into private practice from your hospital gig? Maybe you are a newly minted IBCLC ready to start your private practice (congrats!)? Or maybe you have been at this for years and you’re still feeling overwhelmed!
Established IBCLCs in private practice: Does this sound familiar?
This is where I come in, working with you to create a sustainable, profitable private practice with boundaries.
With over 10 years experience running a solo private practice, I average between 40-50 appointments per month working 4 days a week. I don’t work weekends. I finish my charting, including care plans 99% of the time, during my sessions. All of my resources, including suggestions for things to buy and videos to watch, are at my fingertips at all time. Putting these systems in place is what will help your practice thrive!
For my neurodiverse colleagues, rest assured: I have ADHD and have focused my systems to work well for those who thrive on simple, straightforward organization. I understand the struggle first-hand and would love to be your life vest as you learn how to wade through all the minutiae. I get it. I’m here.
Using the GROW (Goals, obstacles, reality, way forward) method, we can work together to clearly outline what your goals are, how to get there, and also how to shift and reassess when things don’t work.
Whether you are just dipping your toes in or are drowning in dyads, I can help you streamline your practice so that you can focus on helping new families, because that’s what it’s all about!
Behind on charting? Trying to set up your intakeq and drowning? Going on vacation and worried about your portal messages going unanswered? I can help! The best part about having a colleague help you with task management is that I LIVE private practice, day in and day out. Skip the frustrating on-boarding experience of getting an assistant up to speed on what being in lactation work looks like.
Having difficulty helping a specific dyad or running into the same issue over and over that just doesn’t seem resolvable?
With a background in midwifery, extensive continuing education and over 2,500 families served, I am here to help you look at things from a different lens.
Infant- Oral motor functioning and habilitation, airway disorders, oral restrictions and birth injury/cranial nerve dysfunction.
Parental- hormonal disorders, hypoplasia, milk supply management, weaning.
If you are interested in case-study consult, please send me an email here to discuss. Cost for clinical case study consult is $25 per case with one week of email follow up, payable via venmo or paypal.