Here are the four episodes you may have missed in May!


05. What Content Goes on A Therapy Landing Page?

In episode 3 of this podcast, I interviewed Paul Thomas, my friend from down under who created his own private practice website and was able to get it ranking #1 in Google for a number of keywords. A lot of our conversation focused on the type of content he created on in order to pull that off. And the strategy he used is one that I often talk about…

That is, creating these specific pages for each and every service or specialty you have within your therapy practice. Now, in this episode, I want to break down this strategy to give you an outline of the type of content you should be creating for these types of pages.

Here’s what you’ll learn in this episode:

  • What a specialty page is and why it’s so important for your website
  • How to find out what people are typing in Google to find the services YOU offer
  • How you can use these pages to create more connection with your potential clients
  • A structure and layout for the content of your service landing pages
  • Some extra things to include on these pages so that Google will rank them higher
  • The most important part of your specialty page that will help it convert better

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06. How to Repel Clients That Aren’t A Good Fit For Your Private Practice

Your therapy website is ground zero for attracting your ideal client to your private practice and hopefully converting them into a paying client. But as time goes on and your practice grows, you’re sure to attract some of the other types of clients. You know, the ones that really aren’t a great fit for you. Perhaps they had a different expectation of what therapy would look like, so they abandon the whole thing after one or two sessions. In this episode of The Private Practice Elevation Podcast, I share 5 ways you can repel clients that aren’t a good fit for your private practice.

Here’s what you’ll learn in this episode:

  • How to let go of striving for the wrong types of clients and owning your expertise
  • Copy tips to help you narrow your focus and clarify who you work with (and who you don’t!)
  • A simple copy hack that can keep you from talking to the wrong clients and start converting the right ones
  • How having a blog on your private practice website can help your website visitors understand who you work with and who you don’t
  • The power of just being yourself in your marketing

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07. 5 Tips For Great Portrait Photography for Your Private Practice Website

Portraits of yourself can either distract or add to the design of your private practice website. So, how do you avoid just slapping an iPhone selfie up on your professional private practice website and start creating a connection and beautiful website design? In this episode of the podcast, I’ll share with you 5 quick tips you can use when getting photos taken for your website and other marketing materials. You can use these tips to communicate with your photographer so that you can use these photos in the most flexible ways in all kinds of design, especially your website.

What You’ll Hear in This Episode:

  • Why you shouldn’t use vertical, old-school-style portraits on your private practice website
  • The things you can do with the photos that will give you more possibilities and make your website designer extremely happy
  • The types of compositions that work best for your website and how to communicate this to your photographer
  • How to crop your photos to create focus and connection with your website visitors
  • Why you should let go of your fear of being photographed

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08. Passive Income for Therapists: How To Add Online Income to Your Private Practice

In this episode of the Private Practice Elevation podcast, I chat with Marissa Lawton about her step by step process for creating “passive income” for your private practice. Marissa comes with a wealth of value and information on this topic because she’s done it all herself.

Validating ideas and creating sales funnels can seem overwhelming at first, but using Marissa’s Passive Income Roadmap cheatsheet, she breaks it all down for you so you can get started on your idea today.

What You’ll Hear in This Episode:

  • The definition of “passive income” and what it really takes to be successful
  • How the landscape of “passive income” has changed and how therapists are now poised to benefit from it more than ever
  • How to create systems in your business that sell products online and expand your therapy practice service
  • How to validate your “passive income” idea so that it actually sells
  • How to brand your product so that it stands out from other products in your niche
  • How to build an email list so that it cultivates community and gives you access to ideal customers to sell your future product to
  • The step-by-step process for turning a product idea into an additional income source for your private practice
  • When you should pay for ads to help sell your online products
  • Tools you can use to create a sales funnel that won’t break the bank
  • Tips for growing your audience and building trust that results in sales

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