Expanding Your Lactation Private Practice Practice

2 E-CERPs + 2 CEUs

Dreaming big with the hosts of the Lactation Business Coaching podcast

Add clinical subcontractors and administrative and billing support.

As your practice grows, you may find yourself needing more help. But bringing on new people means training them in your policies and procedures to insure that you are meeting your ethical and legal obligations to your clients. This session will cover working with clinical subcontractors, administrative assistance, and insurance billers.


  • Describe the different kinds of support staff that can assist in private practice.
  • Explain the ethical and legal considerations in bringing subcontractors and support staff into your practice
  • Learn how to implement policies and procedures for subcontractors and support staff.

🎉 Bonus #1! Interview Question Swipe File

Expanding Your Lactation Private Practice Practice (2 E-CERPs + 2 CEUs)

I knew that at some point that I would have to have some policies and procedures in place. But was overwhelmed as to where to start. I took each section Annie presented and went from there fo create mine. It took the pressure off and was so thorough.

KatieAnn McKee RN IBCLC

This course was great! Annie brought up possible issues that I hadn’t thought about. I’m glad that she made this course.

Kiara Carnes, BSN, RN, IBCLC

🎉 BONUS #2! Recorded one-hour Q&A on optimizing your group practice

The speaker was able to make what I see now as such a huge step in my business much more easy to digest.

Brittany R Smith, IBCLC

Well put together. Great information.

KatieAnn McKee RN IBCLC

IBLCE Content Outline

  • VII. A .7 Communications Technology
  • VII. B. 4 Documentation
  • VII. B. 6 Educating Professionals, Peers and Students
  • VII. B. 9 Empowerment
  • VII. B. 10 Group Support
  • VII. C. 3 Code of Professional Conduct (CPC)
  • VII. C. 4 Principles of Confidentiality
Expanding Your Lactation Private Practice Practice (2 E-CERPs + 2 CEUs)

Meet Your Instructors

Annie Frisbie MA, IBCLC + Leah Jolly, IBCLC

Annie Frisbie MA, IBCLC (she/her/hers) has been a lactation consultant in private practice in New York City since 2011 and is the creator of the Lactation Private Practice Essential Toolkit and the accompanying Lactation Private Practice Essential Course. In 2018 Annie was honored with the US Lactation Consultant Association’s President’s Award, “awarding those that demonstrate extraordinary service to the association and profession.”

Leah Jolly IBCLC (she/her/hers) has a thriving group practice in Houston, TX and runs a lactation clinic through a pediatric office. She presents regularly on breastfeeding and lactation to families and professionals, and has launched corporate lactation programs for several large companies in the Houston area.

Together they are co-hosts of the Lactation Business Coaching podcast.

Expanding Your Lactation Private Practice Practice (2 E-CERPs + 2 CEUs)