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  • Skylar Hollabaugh

Going Public. I'm Going Private!

I pinch myself when I start thinking about this journey that I've embarked on. After 10 years, I've finally decided to start a private practice. It could be more of a push from my overly excited husband. I believe that man doesn't know how to rest. For someone so calm and relaxed, I'd venture to say he's got "no chill" when chasing dreams for both of us. I'm not the risk-taker or the spontaneous one in this business venture. Nevertheless, I'm excited to start this new career chapter.

Going private has always been my goal. Following typical survival behavior, I was comfortable knowing I would have a paycheck every week if I worked for somebody else. Running your own business is a lot of work. Google does a great job of answering many of the questions of where to start, but it does so vaguely. I hold Psychology and Mental Health Counseling degrees, not a Business degree. EIN, Profit/Loss, Statement of Intent, LLC, and W9 are all topics of discussion that I know nothing about, but here WE are.

We are here because I can offer a unique treatment style to my patients, just like they are.

So, without further adieu, allow me to introduce you to Skylar Hollabaugh Counseling.

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