Hi All, I am currently accumulating additional postdoc supervision hours in a private practice, and I am trying to estimate the practice owners net income. They are out of network, and their fee is $215 for a 45 minute session. They have enough referrals to have two or three permit holders at a time. Some permit holders carry caseloads of 25 patients per week. Assuming the practice owners are seeing 30 patients per week at an average of $200 per session ($200 to account for some slight sliding scales), the owners are grossing $282k if they work 47 weeks per year: 30 (30 patients per week) * $200 (rate) * 47 (conservative estimate of weeks worked) = $282k Even if their overhead for office space, accounting, and utilities is $50k per year, they are making more than I believed was feasible for psychologists. Could anyone provide information as to how I may estimate overhead costs of running a private practice? Do these numbers seem off? Also, I would appreciate resources that may assist with understanding the business aspects of private practice development and maintenance. Thanks!