Much more than just rental office space.
Fully stocked supplies
for Counselors and Clients
From paper and pens to gourmet coffee, tea, and water service, we provide what's needed to give you and your clients a 5-star counseling experience without the costly startup and maintenance overhead.
Networking and support
Essential for career growth
It takes a village, and with Therapy Space, you'll enjoy an instant, built-in network of 50+ colleagues, all of whom have been vetted to ensure a safe, enriching community of professionals.
HIPAA compliant filing
Protecting patient privacy
Securely locked HIPAA compliant filing spaces for your patient records means peace of mind for you and best practices for the sake of your clients' privacy.
High-speed WiFi & fax
Keeping you connected
Business class internet and fax lines at each location means you won't have to worry about keeping in touch with your clients and colleagues on the job.
Flexible scheduling plans
one or seven days a week
We offer flexible plans for new, growing, or established practitioners without the cumbersome financial commitments required by traditional lease agreements.
We started Therapy Space because we know the challenges confronting the private practice therapist and counseling professional.
We get it. Getting started in private practice is difficult. And even after you're established, the costs and time commitments of running an office leaves little time for focusing on your practice itself.
How do we know? Because we're therapists too, and we've gone through it all - every challenge of starting and maintaining a traditional private practice office space lease.
Noah and I met in 2013 at the Refuge Center for Counseling in Franklin, TN. I was there to do practicum work, and Noah was a licensed professional counselor pursuing his Ph.D.
Once I began my transition to full time work at my private practice, we considered creating a space where new clinicians could minimize the expensive start-up costs and overhead of a private practice while enjoying the community of working close to other professionals.
During that process, we identified the greatest barriers to starting up a practice:
- Finding adequate office space that's not too big and costly or too small;
- Locating available space in a safe, desirable part of town that's actually affordable;
- Having the liquidity or committing the finances to build the spaces out to our needs;
- Proving the rental history to our lessor that would allow us to build the space out;
- Avoiding costly triple net leases that make it hard to make turn a profit early;
- Having to pay burdensome maintenance costs for common spaces in shared buildings;
- And all of the other hidden costs that force so many private practices to fail early on
That's why we started Therapy Space. After an exhaustive search throughout Middle Tennessee, our vision became a reality we opened our first location three years ago.
Therapy Space began with just 10 therapists sharing 7 office spaces. Since then we've grown to meet the needs of 50+ clinicians and have more than tripled our office space availability.
How do we do it? Through volume purchasing, we can build out, furnish, and stock secure, high-quality facilities that are made just for therapy, psychotherapy, and other counseling professionals.
We can then offer these spaces to you at a significantly lower cost than what it would take to go at it on your own. In fact, with our monthly rates, you'll be profitable with your first client.
Furthermore, Therapy Space strives to create a safe community of professionals by carefully vetting everyone who rents space at our facilities to make sure they meet high standards of professionalism and decorum.
Therapy Space is a place where we have the freedom to focus on our practice with the support to succeed in the business of mental health.
We hope you'll consider joining us.
Marcus and Noah
Co-Owners, Therapy Space
Marcus S. Geromes, M.Div., LMFT
I am a licensed marriage and family therapist originally from Lexington, KY. I finished my M.Div in Boston before I moved to Nashville with my beautiful wife, Arianna, so that she could begin her medical residency. I began my MFT program at Lipscomb University after being introduced to the field of marriage and family therapy by my favorite professor at seminary. We love spending our free time hiking at Radnor Lake, going to new restaurants, and hanging out with the wonderful people we’ve met since moving here.
Noah Zapf, Ph.D., LPC-MHSP
I moved to Nashville in 2009 to pursue a MA in counseling at Trevecca Nazarene University and fell in love with Middle Tennessee. In the summer of 2012, I opened my private practice specializing in sexual addiction, trauma, and couples counseling. When I’m not working, I love spending time with my wife and two boys, exploring new cuisine or visiting my favorite coffee shops with friends, and traveling to new destinations.