Posts tagged private practice

5 Tips for Writing Web Copy for your Therapy Website

5 Tips for Writing Web Copy for your Therapy Website

Marketing your Therapy Practice Your website is one of your most important marketing tools! Most people start looking for a therapist with an internet search, hoping to find a therapist’s website that they can relate to. Even when a potential client is referred to you by a trusted friend or physician, they probably still want […]

Blogging Stumbling Blocks: Overcoming Comparison, Criticism, Perfectionism

Blogging Stumbling Blocks: Overcoming Comparison, Criticism, and Perfectionism #blogging #perfectionism #marketing #criticism #confidence

  Blogging is one of the most effective ways to market your counseling practice or coaching services and share your expertise and training with others. But many therapists don’t blog consistently. It’s not because blogging is so complicated. It’s because we don’t feel confident. We worry that we’re not very good at it or that […]

Protecting Our Emotional Energy: Tips for Helping Professionals

Protecting Our Emotional Energy: Tips for Helping Professionals #boundaries #burnout #hsp #therapist #psychologist #socialworker #selfcare

  Being affected by our clients is a good thing. We’re human, and a lot of what we witness with clients is pretty affecting stuff. Our clients have an impact on us – from the more immediate of how we feel after a session to bigger impacts like how we see the world, and what […]

How Psychotherapists Can Get Free Publicity and Media Exposure

How Psychotherapists Can Get Free Publicity and Media Exposure

  Have you ever noticed that some people get their name in the spotlight over and over again?   You know, those experts in your industry who have a to-die-for section of shiny “As Featured In” logos on their website and are constantly getting featured in the media.   What’s their trick for getting publicity […]

Summer in Private Practice

Summer in Private Practice. What to expect as a therapist in private practice. Is there a summer slow down or summer slump?

  It’s hard to believe it’s June already and summer is upon us (at least for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere). As we move into summer I wanted to share some of my thoughts about summer in private practice with you. How does your business or workload change during the summer? Do things […]

6 Blogging Tools that Make Blogging Faster and Easier

6 Blogging Tools that Make Blogging Faster and Easier

  My colleagues and the students in my blogging class frequently complain that blogging takes a lot of time. Naturally, if blogging is a time-consuming or difficult process for you, you’re likely to procrastinate or not do it at all. Yes, it can take a good chunk of time to put together a well thought […]

13 Ways to Repurpose Blog Posts

How to Repurpose your Blog Posts

One of the biggest complaints about blogging that I hear is that it’s so time-consuming. I get it. With everything else you’re doing to run your psychotherapy practice, it’s challenging to find time to blog consistently. This is definitely a situation where you want to “work smarter, not harder”. Repurposing or reusing your blog content […]

3 Tips for Effectively Marketing Your Psychotherapy Practice

3 Tips for Effectively Marketing Your Psychotherapy Practice

  Most psychotherapists find they need to use a variety of marketing strategies to build a profitable psychotherapy practice and attract clients. The good news is we have lots of options when it comes to marketing our private practices!   Marketing your psychotherapy practice might include: Paid directories like Psychology Today or Good Therapy Creating […]