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(p. 135) Considerations in Acquiring Office Space 

(p. 135) Considerations in Acquiring Office Space
(p. 135) Considerations in Acquiring Office Space

Jeffrey Zimmerman

and Steven Walfish

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date: 28 February 2020

Acquiring office space is one of the largest business expenditures made in the course of running a private practice. Most mental health clinicians are not knowledgeable or experienced in such transactions. This chapter focuses on the entire process of securing space, including preparing to look for space, looking at and assessing options, and negotiating a lease. The various considerations involved in renting space, subletting space, or purchasing an office are reviewed. These concepts are then integrated into a discussion of how to creatively secure office space in the era of integrated care.

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