Mental health clinicians, who must be educated with masters degrees and above, do not have enough employment options that enable them to pursue private practice without having to endure the administrative nightmare that comes with it. Running a practice requires scheduling, billing and collections, marketing, websites, accounting, medical records requests, and much more. In addition, a clinician has to be mindful of HIPAA laws, ethical issues, legal issues, etc. And if they are enterprising enough to accept their client’s health insurance, there would be no time left to see actual clients. The public does not have enough affordable options for obtaining mental health services. There is a large gap between government sponsored community programs and increasingly expensive private programs that we wanted to bridge. So we decided to form a group of talented mental health clinicians and an experienced administrative staff to support them. Now the clinicians can focus on what they do best, and we are able to offer quality services to our clients using their insurance benefits!