Blogging Classes for Therapists

I love writing and blogging and it's been the single most valuable thing I've done to grow a successful private practice. I can teach you how to write posts that people really want to read, move beyond fear and writer's block, and get published on larger media outlets.

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Coaching for Helping Professionals

Set goals, build confidence, make career decisions, prepare for interviews, learn how to start a private practice, manage stress. Find out how coaching can help you.

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Freelance Writing & Media

I am a regular media contributor on topics such as emotional health, relationships, and self-care. I provide training workshops on self-care for professionals, as well as speaking and freelance writing services on a variety of mental health topics.

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Book Review of One Second Ahead: Enhance Your Performance at Work with Mindfulness

One Second Ahead Book Review

  One Second Ahead: Enhance Your Performance at Work with Mindfulness A Book Review Written by Jim Arjani, LMFT   Recently, I read an outstanding book on mindfulness, One Second Ahead: Enhance Your Performance at Work with Mindfulness, written by Rasmus Hougaard with Jacqueline Carter and Gillian Coutts.  Although I was already knowledgeable about and […]

Don’t Wait for January: Setting September Resolutions & Goals

Don’t Wait for January: Setting September Resolutions & Goals

This post contains an affiliate link.   September resolutions? January is typically the time of year that we make resolutions, set goals, and try to overhaul our bad habits. But the Back-to-School season — August and September — can also feel like a fresh start and opportunity to make changes.   Gretchen Rubin talks about […]

14 Benefits of Blogging for Therapists and Coaches

14 Reasons Every Therapist Should Blog

  Have you thought about starting a blog? Or maybe you started a blog but found it was a lot of work. Blogging can be challenging, but it does pay off in more ways than you might imagine! Blogging is a powerful marketing tool, creative outlet, and wonderful way to share your gifts with the […]

Summer Self-Care for Social Workers and Therapists in Private Practice

Summer Self-Care for Social Workers and Therapists in Private Practice

  Prioritize self-care this summer! Summer seems to be flying by. Sadly, the Back to School gear is already on the shelves at my local Target store! But, there’s still plenty of time to enjoy summer. It’s the perfect time to put your needs first and schedule some summer self-care.   The summer slow down […]

How Guest Blogging Can Help or Hurt Your Business

How Guest Blogging Can Help or Hurt Your Business

What is guest blogging? Guest blogging is writing a blog post for publication on a blog or website other than your own.   What is the purpose of guest blogging? Guest blogging can be an effective way to build credibility and share your writing with a larger or different audience. It also brings new traffic […]

What to Do If Your Blog Post is Stolen

What to Do If Your Blog Post is Stolen. Content scraping, copyright infringement and plagiarism are illegal!

  Have you had your website copy or a blog post stolen? The more I write, the more often I find my blog posts copied and pasted onto other websites without my permission.  And sadly, this has happened to a lot of other writers I know.  Even if you’ve been fortunate to not encounter this […]

How to Build a Facebook Audience

How to Build a Facebook Audience. How therapists can build an audience on Facebook or Facebook fans to market private practice

  Facebook is an effective and free way to market your private practice and therapy services. It takes some time and hard word to build a Facebook audience, but it can be well worth the effort.   My fellow private practice colleagues often ask me how I got over 5,000 Facebook fans on my Facebook […]

6 Mistakes That Are Ruining Your Blog (and How to Fix Them)

6 Blogging Mistakes and How to Fix Them

Are you making any of these common blogging mistakes?   Blogging is a skill that takes practice. You may be an excellent therapist, but you probably didn’t learn anything about blogging in graduate school. Over the years, I’ve made a lot of blogging mistakes and I’d love to show you how to avoid them!   […]