Why I love collaborating with psychotherapists


My name is Felicia Seton, I am a Certified Public Accountant and Certified Money Coach, and have been helping psychotherapists and small businesses for over 12 years. I am privileged to be a mom to my 4-year-old daughter and 6-year-old son. They bring much joy and are full of adventures! One of the many reasons I transitioned to having my practice is to have more time with my family and serve my community while still pursuing my career, which I love.

Since I was seven years old, I’ve been fascinated with the accounting industry, mainly due to my uncle, who was a CPA.In high school, I set out to figure out my fascination with a field I had loved from a distance. From my search to confirm my passion, I realized there were broad spectra of positions in the CPA sphere, which opened my eyes to different accounting opportunities, and it sealed the deal. From there, I set out to pursue my undergrad and grad degrees at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst in Accounting.

After grad school, I knew I wanted to have my practice, but gaining diverse accounting and tax skills were vital for bringing a growing wealth of experience to my clients. I worked with one of the big four accounting firms (@EY_US) in the United States, in addition to regional and local firms with incredible learning growth and experience. I had the opportunity to travel to France, Canada, and different states in the U.S., working on various projects for my clients, and it was amazing.

After working in corporate, I ventured out on my own and launched Seton Financial Solutions Inc. with a specialization in psychotherapists in private practice. Throughout my career, I realized that being a specialist was more fulfilling than being a generalist. As I have had the privilege over the years of collaborating with small businesses, I have particularly enjoyed working with therapists in private practice. I help them align their dreams and goals with strategic financial outcomes, as they advocate to make a difference in their communities. You are in the business of changing the clinical outcomes of your communities, and I want to be part of it! This aligns with my interest in advocating for my community through my financial background and volunteering at various non-profit organizations.

I look forward to engaging with you and making accounting fun! During our collaboration, you will learn practical accounting, tax, and business strategies that will give you choices to building a sustainable, profitable business.

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