For The Practitioner
Shared Office Space Is Available For Mental Health Professionals at The Starting Point, Inc. of New Jersey (Haddon Township, NJ)
Maybe you’re contemplating retirement from your regular full-time job but would like to have a part-time psychotherapy practice; perhaps you have a full-time job elsewhere and wish to have a small, private practice on the side; or maybe you just want to downsize your existing practice.
If so, this is the perfect opportunity–and, here at the Starting Point Inc. of New Jersey, you’ll be connected with many other mental health professionals.
The Starting Point is a well-established mental health educational and referral center that is conveniently located close to the Westmont high speed-line stop. It has office space available to rent to any LCSW, LPC, LMFT, LCADC, Licensed Psychologist, or Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner. Approximately 25 other practitioners already maintain either part-time or full-time practices here. Monthly rent will be based on the number of days that the practitioner will be using the space. All office spaces come already (at least partially) furnished. AA, SA, ACA, CoDA and several other support groups meet on-site throughout the week.
**Note that being in-network with any of the major health insurance companies will increase your chances of referrals, but that is not a requirement to rent at The Starting Point.
Your market-competitive rental fee would include:
• Office space.
• A phone extension, if desired.
• All utilities.
• Access to Wi-Fi.
• Waiting area in lobby.
• Receptionist at front desk from 9:30am-9:30pm M-F and 8am-4pm Saturday.
• Access to copy machine and fax.
• Your bio listed on the organization’s website as one of its “practitioners.”
• Access to a fridge and microwave.
Please click here to email our administrator with any questions or let us know if you would like to schedule a tour of the facility.
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*NEWS UPDATE: The Starting Point has gone “virtual”
The Starting Point is not closing; rather, we have embraced the brave new world of “virtual reality” and social distancing due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Click on the graphic above for more details.