You decided that having a presence on the internet will be good for your practice and help you generate clients. So, you invested in a well-optimized and easy to navigate therapy website with great content.
You also realized that blogging will help your website to grow, ultimately assisting you in (more…)
Do you struggle with how to end a challenging session smoothly? Do you worry that your client has just opened a wound as the clock winds down and you need to end the session? Are you concerned that you might be sending them off raw, unsettled, and unresolved?
If so, (more…)
Last year we surveyed therapists asking them about their biggest problems and concerns they faced when marketing their practice online, and here’s what they had to say:
How do I communicate to a potential client?
How do I write with a marketing bent?
How do I (more…)
Getting potential clients to visit to your website is an important part of making your practice website a success. A nicely optimized website does wonders in most markets, but even a site with winning content, strong keywords, and visual appeal can struggle to rank in competitive markets.
This is where (more…)
Are you looking for a new electronic health records (EHR) system for your organization? Whether you’re starting from scratch or switching from an existing EHR system, there are important questions executives and mental health clinicians should ask themselves prior to making a final decision.
The First Step: Finding Your Fit (more…)
In school, we learn to not plagiarize. To use someone else’s words is punishable by a failing grade, or even expulsion. Now you have your own private practice, and you still follow the rules and create original content for your website, so you’re fine—right?
It’s not that simple. Google (more…)
This year, my mom finally got her first smartphone. After years and years of resisting it, she finally put a brave face on and confronted her daily fear: mobile technology.
Before the smartphone, Mom had a slide phone – the one where you still needed to press a keypad number (more…)
If you’ve hung out in therapy Facebook or LinkedIn groups for awhile, you’ve surely seen therapists discuss various scams that are going around.
Psychologist Steven Lazarus forwarded this one to me today. He responded to the email, and saw the telltale signs.
I think it’s good for all of us (more…)