Hi everyone, I am currently working with young adults who have severe psychopathology in a residential treatment setting. It's interesting challenging/work, but I miss working with a higher functioning population, and eventually see myself working with clients in a private practice. I also miss testing and want to strengthen my testing abilities, so I would like to join a private practice to continue to build on those skills. The benefit of my current job is the salary is pretty good (70k), the health insurance is unbelievable (best I've ever had in my life), and I have over 30 days of vacation leave. As a new mom, I appreciate that! There are some private practices who are looking for psychologists in my area, but something that stops me from responding to their ads or reaching out is that I feel like I don't want to pursue any opportunities until I know more about the setting/salary expectations. My husband and I would like more children, and ideally, I would love to work part-time, but don't know if we could afford that at this point. I'm wondering if any of you can shed light into the life of joining a group private practice. 1). If you work part-time, what does your schedule look like? What is your salary range? 2). If you work full-time in a private practice, what does your schedule look like? what is your salary range? Thank you!