Introducing the

Private Practice MBA

Whether you're just starting out in private practice or you've been a private practitioner for years, managing a private practice is challenging.

There are a lot of things to learn about behind the scenes and it can be tricky to keep up with all of the changes in technology.

You have to juggle multiple demands and plans, constantly monitoring your work and others' activities to avoid missteps.

The Private Practice MBA program will give you the insight that you need on the subject matter.

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Learn how to take your practice to the next level!

If you're currently managing a private practice and feeling overwhelmed, then the Private Practice MBA program is perfect for you. The Private Practice MBA is not only designed to improve your practice management skills but it provides the guidance you need to scale your business successfully.

The Private Practice MBA will help you transform the way you run your private practice by providing you with essential business knowledge and tools.

This program is designed to support your current practice management systems, but more importantly, it provides a solid foundation for developing a successful business strategy for managing your career as a private practice owner.

Your experience in this program will help you manage your business effectively and create a meaningful impact on your patients' outcomes.


The Private Practice MBA Program is not only designed for private practitioners, but provides valuable insights for every leader of a private practice.


We will provide you with practical and hands-on learning through these topics:

  • Leadership

  • Finance

  • Operations

  • Governance

  • Strategy

  • Project Implementation

  • Marketing

  • Business Analytics

  • AI and Technology

  • Employment Models

  • People and Culture

  • Final Project

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For the next 12 months, we will be working together and meeting once a week.

Week 1

We will have an in-depth discussion of the topic of the month.

Week 2

Get tips from Natasha Ace, MBA  and Kaye Frankcom, Clinical Psychologist.

Week 3

A guest mentor discuss more about the topic assigned for the month.

Week 4

Implement the lessons learned from the past 3 weeks with your group.

Meet your mentors:

Natasha Ace

I am a serial entrepreneur who has been running my own businesses and teaching others how to grow theirs since the age of 21.
As a neurodivergent human with ADHD, my brain is exceptional at establishing operating processes and protocols for a wide range of businesses on an international level. I believe you can run a profitable health practice without sacrificing the health and wellbeing of the humans contributing to that space.
Having grown up in the US, I now call Australia home. 
I work globally with practitioners who aspire to do great, meaningful work without burnout or fatigue.
I am skilled at identifying the needs of businesses, developing implementable processes to manage the demands of the business aspect of private practice along with the clinical aspect of private practice, regulatory compliance, clinical governance and financial administration and establishing operations that can deliver a high level of client satisfaction and clinical outcomes.

Kaye Frankcom

Kaye is a highly accomplished businesswoman and leader in the health sector. She is an endorsed clinical and counselling psychologist, consultant in-demand speaker, and trainer and has held national roles in psychology regulation and professional standards. She operated a successful group psychology practice in Williamstown, Victoria for 17 years which she recently sold.
Her psychology career has included 15 years in private practice in regional Victoria, President of the Psychologist Board of Victoria, and the Victorian appointee to the first Psychology Board of Australia in 2009. She has chaired professional practice panels and been the nominee owner of APAC on behalf of the Psychology Board of Australia. She has supervised and mentored hundreds of psychologists over 30 years of practice. She is a Fellow of the Australian Psychological Society. She is t a member of the Clinical Council of a Primary Health Care Network (PHN) and Chair of the PHN Expert Advisory Group on Mental Health. She is currently working with small and large psychology practices across Australia as a business mentor and coach and offers clinical supervision.
Her leadership resume outside psychology includes Deputy Mayor of a country city council for 3 years, membership of a Medicare Local Board, and she co-founded the first Centre against Sexual Assault established outside Melbourne over 30 years ago. She is the ‘go to’ person for her profession and continues to be instrumental in the process of establishing national standards for the psychology profession.
GAICD, B.A, B.S.W, Grad Dip. Counselling. Psych., Master Clinical Psychology, Master of Science in Medicine (Pain Management), FAPS

Learning Outcomes:

  • Demonstrate advanced understanding of contemporary marketing theory and practice through concept checks, market analysis and tactical plans.
  • Identify a variety of relevant sources of data to undertake a rigorous context analysis of the market.
  • Create an evidence-based, ethical and innovative marketing solution that aligns with customer value.
  • Communicate marketing knowledge, skills and ideas to others clearly, persuasively and credibly.
  • Identify and evaluate different perspectives, value systems and contemporary trends and their impact on strategic HRM.
  • Design and effectively communicate an evidence based human resource management initiative with consideration to ethical concerns.
  • Apply relevant principles and frameworks to develop innovative and evidence-based solutions for complex operations management issues.
  • Apply corporate governance laws, theory and techniques to professional practice in an ethical manner.
  • Apply financial management theory and techniques to professional practice in an ethical manner.
  • Evaluate different strategic alternatives and suggest an appropriate and ethical pathway for a business to build and sustain a competitive advantage.
  • Demonstrate advanced knowledge of how strategy formulation and strategy implementation processes work in contemporary organisations.
  • Examine digital marketing theory, measures and practice to create a comprehensive digital marketing audit.
  • Recommend appropriate marketing strategies in a variety of marketing scenarios based on in-depth analysis of consumer behaviour within target markets.

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We only accept 20 students for this course.


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