Is Adding Coaching Services to Your Private Practice Business Model Right For You?

Guest Post by Nancy Gallegos After speaking to hundreds of psychotherapists across the country and internationally, the two most common challenges they reported were burnout and a plateau in their private practice business.   Unfortunately,…
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Your About Page is Not About YOU

As a web designer who works solely with therapists, I look at a LOT of private practice websites. As I look at these websites, I often see one specific mistake repeated over and over. The mistake is this: When I look at your About page I have…
Color in website design has the power to evoke emotion, capture your target audience and represent the personality of your private practice. But how do you find a color palette that works for your website? In this article, we’ll talk all about color and give you some resources to find the best palette for your private practice website
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How to Choose A Color Palette for Your Private Practice Website

Color in website design has the power to evoke emotion, capture your target audience and represent the personality of your private practice. But how do you find a color palette that works for your website? In this article, we’ll talk all…
As a designer and consultant, I’ve reviewed many private practice websites. As I look at these websites, I often come across a handful of issues right on the homepage that, if resolved, could help create a better experience for the therapist’s clients. In this article we’ll explore 5 homepage mistakes I see therapists make when they build their own website.
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5 Homepage Mistakes Therapists Make & How to Avoid Them

As a designer and consultant, I’ve reviewed many private practice websites. As I look at these websites, I often come across a handful of issues right on the homepage that, if resolved, could help create a better experience for the therapist’s…

10 Ways to Market Your Group Practice That Bring RESULTS

Guest post by Maureen Werrbach Does the thought of marketing your group practice have you scratching your head or making you turn and run in the other direction? I hear ya. Most of us were able to make it work when we were growing our solo…
In our last article, we went over what to do before you launch your private practice website and start sending traffic your way. But once your website is live, now what? In this article we’ll go over 6 important things you can do once your website is launched to make sure you’re getting the most out of your new marketing asset.
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5 Things To Do After You Launch Your Private Practice Website

In our last article, we went over what to do before you launch your private practice website and start sending traffic your way. But once your website is live, now what? In this article we’ll go over 5 important things you can do once your…
You’ve worked for months on your private practice website, getting all the content in place, creating pages and making sure you’ve said all you need to say to attract that ideal client of yours. But how can you be certain you’re really ready to start sending traffic to your new online home? In this article I’ll give you a website pre-launch checklist so that you can be sure you’ve got all the essentials in place prior to opening your therapy website up for business.

5 Things To Do Before You Launch Your Private Practice Website

You’ve worked for months on your private practice website, getting all the content in place, creating pages and making sure you’ve said all you need to say to attract that ideal client of yours. But how can you be certain you’re really…
This is the final article in our series on what to expect when working with a website designer to build a website for your private practice. In this article, I’ll share what you can expect after your website has been launched and how you can make the most out of this new marketing asset of yours.
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What To Expect When Working With a Website Designer: Part III

This is the final article in our series on what to expect when working with a website designer to build a website for your private practice. Here is a recap of our series: Part I: The Pre-Project Phase - Finding the right designer, having…

The Organized Therapist: How to Grow Your Practice and Joy by Asking for Help

Guest post by Hope Eden “Asking for help does not mean that we are weak or incompetent. It usually indicates an advanced level of honesty and intelligence.” Anne Wilson Schaef It was happening. My worst nightmare. I could feel…
We’re continuing our series on what to expect when working with a website designer to build a website for your private practice. In Part I, we talked about everything that goes on before your website project actually starts: researching the right designer, the first call, getting a proposal and gathering your content.
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What To Expect When Working With a Website Designer: Part II

We’re continuing our series on what to expect when working with a website designer to build a website for your private practice. In Part I, we talked about everything that goes on before your website project actually starts: researching the…