Becoming a Private Practice IBCLC
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Are you interested in private practice? I've been doing PP for many years, and I know how difficult (and scary!) it can be to start and run your own business. These are just a few of the resources I have used to help me be more efficient in not just the clinical side of my work, but also the "other" side as well.
This is a great resource by Annie Frisbie, an IBCLC in New York. Annie provides a blog with great information for PP IBCLCs. She also developed forms, templates, books, and more for those wanting to begin a PP business or who want to take their business to the next level with charting and going paperless. Annie provides many free resources and information in her FB group. If you purchase her Essentials Tool Kit, you'll get most of her resources PLUS free upgrades for life. That means when she adds something to or changes something in the Toolkit, you will get it as well!
Access the FB page HERE.
Access the FB group HERE.
Training Modules HERE.
Rachel O'Brien's Blog
This blog is a great resource for those considering private practice. Rachel provides much information from her experience as a successful PP IBCLC in Massachusetts.
FB Groups for IBCLCs in Private Practice
Note that you must be an IBCLC and be in private practice before joining any of these groups. They usually ask for proof of both before approving your request to join the groups.
KC Area Private Practice IBCLCs (for KC locals only)
IBCLCs in Private Practice
BFN - IBCLC in PP (great no drama group!)
PP Lactation Consultants