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Professional fees is the money paid to professional personnel for their services.

A useful calculation for psychology professionals is to work on 1000 paid for sessions in a 40 week year and per session costs then equate to annual salaries if multiplied by 1000. So $100 dollars per session becomes earnings of &100,000

Charging based on the ability to payEdit

Pro bono workEdit

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