Group Practice Websites: The Ultimate Guide

In today’s competitive mental health landscape, it’s essential to stay ahead by implementing effective strategies that connect with potential clients and foster growth—and this is especially true for group practices.  This article will explore key strategies that can elevate your group practice, from showcasing your clinicians’ unique qualities to making sure your Specialty Pages allow for multiple

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What To Do To Offer Therapy To International Clients

Telehealth is capable of expanding therapy beyond borders. With a video link forming the connection, a therapist can conduct sessions with clients both across the country and around the world. But before you offer your therapy services on the international market, there are several necessary steps to take. Some countries require therapists to have a

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Self Care For Therapists

The routine of a therapist involves frequent exposure to stress and trauma, and without proper time dedicated to relaxation and decompression, therapists can carry these stressful feelings with them, leading to burnout. They shut down mentally and emotionally, so self-care is critical for maintaining well-being, which is why we’ve included some self-care strategies for therapists

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How To Handle Gifts For Therapists

Everyone appreciates a good gift, but when it’s coming from a client at your therapy practice, they tend to have a few strings attached. Accepting a gift from a client isn’t always a simple matter of saying thanks and moving on. Is It Appropriate To Accept A Gift From A Client? Accepting a gift from

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How To Choose A Therapy Couch

The classic image of the therapy office is of a client reclining on a chaise lounge, looked over by a therapist sitting in an adjacent chair. While therapy has evolved a lot since Freud, the traditional couch has remained a mainstay. But the one thing that has evolved, is how comfortable our couches can be.

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Is A Therapy Dog Right For Your Practice?

Spending time with a pet has proven physical and mental health benefits and, so, the supportive role of animals has led to the rise of AAT: Animal-Assisted Therapy. Therapy dogs are a common form of ATT. Known for their quiet and calm nature, a therapy dog can benefit your clients. But the logistics can be

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