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The Go Getter: 0 to Full in 6 Months

As the first occupational therapist to be featured on this podcast, Hana Eichele is a highly-driven owner of a new private practice. She transitioned to private practice from working in the schools and in clinics, where she found less freedom and flexibility than she desired. Hana is excited about the prospect of expanding her practice in the near future.


Here's What We Discuss:

  • Her many sources of inspiration to start and continue her private practice 
  • How she arranged a smooth transition between her previous position to seeing her own clients
  • How she plans to diversify by drawing upon her other talents
  • Her experienced advice to therapists that are starting their journey
  • Jena’s take on an overwhelming obstacle for many new private practice owners


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