A guest post by Ili Rivera Walter, PhD By now, I am sure you know that other than you, your website is your number one networking partner in attracting potential therapy clients. What you may not know, however, is that your website is the perfect place to communicate your personality, and what I call your “personal brand.”
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The Soul Story Method: How to Use Your Personal Brand to Connect with Potential Therapy Clients

A guest post by Ili Rivera Walter, PhD By now, I am sure you know that other than you, your website is your number one networking partner in attracting potential therapy clients. What you may not know, however, is that your website is the perfect…
When search engines crawl through your content, one of the first indicators as to what the page is about is the URL. You can use the URL of each page and blog post on your private practice website to boost your SEO game.
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How To SEO Optimize Your URLS

When search engines crawl through your content, one of the first indicators as to what the page is about is the URL. You can use the URL of each page and blog post on your private practice website to boost your SEO game. In this article, we’ll…
The Create My Therapist Website Toolbox is my start to finish website building program, designed to make the website-building process as easy, organized and as straightforward as possible.

A Sneak Peek at My New & Improved Website-Building Course

I began Create My Therapist Website in 2015 with one main goal: to help therapists get more clients by giving them the necessary resources to create a private practice website that they’re not embarrassed to show potential clients - one that’s…
So, not only is a website a key marketing tool, it’s essential that your psychotherapy website can convert visitors into clients.

5 Tips for Writing Effective Web Copy for Your Therapy Website

A guest post by Sharon Martin, LCSW Your website is your most important marketing tool. 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…
Publishing videos on your blog regularly can be a great way to connect with potential clients. But is there a benefit or drawback to vlogging (video blogging)? In this article we’ll explore the pros and cons of vlogging and help you discover if video marketing is right for you.
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Video Blogging Vs Written Blogging for Your Private Practice

Publishing videos on your blog regularly can be a great way to connect with potential clients. But is there a benefit or drawback to vlogging (video blogging)? In this article we’ll explore the pros and cons of vlogging and help you discover…
Building a private practice is hard. Like any business, there can be ups and there can be downs as you figure out how to market your therapy services. But the great news is, you don’t have to do it alone. In this article, I’ll share with advice from some of the leading coaches and teachers in private practice marketing.
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14 Experts Share Their Private Practice Marketing Secrets

Building a private practice is hard. Like any business, there can be ups and there can be downs as you figure out how to market your therapy services. But the great news is, you don’t have to do it alone. In this article, I’ll share…
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Client Spotlight: Jarod Carter & Carterpt.com

If you’ve been reading my blog for some time now, you’ve probably noticed that my work usually involves helping psychotherapists in private practice with their websites and online marketing. But there’s also been a growing number of physical…
Best private practice marketing articles of 2017
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The Best Articles of 2017 (and more)

The holiday season is a perfect time to slow things down (or at least attempt to!) and plan for the coming year. So, I’ve taken a break from publishing new articles for the month of December. But I’m not going to leave you hanging. Below…
I hate to say it, but as clinicians, we can be a little slow on the entrepreneurial uptake. We’re often so focused on serving our clients well, that we struggle to come up for air and think about the professional side of our practices. And, because we sometimes forget that we’re running a business as well as serving others, it’s not uncommon for those in the psychotherapy profession to neglect business-building activities.
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How the Copy on Your Website Converts Leads to Clients: And Why You Really Need a Niche

I hate to say it, but as clinicians, we can be a little slow on the entrepreneurial uptake. We’re often so focused on serving our clients well, that we struggle to come up for air and think about the professional side of our practices. And,…
When it comes to building a website for your private practice, you basically have two options: build it yourself or have someone else do it for you. In this article, I’ll share my thoughts on when to DIY your therapy website and when to hire a professional to do it for you.

Private Practice Websites: DIY vs Hiring A Web Designer

When it comes to building a website for your private practice, you basically have two options: build it yourself or have someone else do it for you. In this article, I’ll share my thoughts on when to DIY your therapy website and when to hire…