So many people don’t take the leap into private practice because they don’t know where to start. This private practice checklist and its accompanying resource list tell you exactly what you need to do to get going. We get into the specifics of why each item is important, provide suggestions for free & paid resources […]
Do you burn the candle at both ends, whispering to yourself that serving clients is the priority? Maybe you feel duty-bound, always compelled to say yes? Do you place others before yourself at work and home? Ask yourself this question… How would you advise a client who answered yes to these questions, driving themselves and […]
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Many healthcare practitioners are hesitant to use email when communicating with clients, believing that it’s inherently insecure. And if you’re using certain email programs or services that don’t come with enhanced encryption, you may be right. However, email services such as Hushmail use encryption to provide security, allowing you to keep information safe when it’s […]
Naming your private practice might seem like one of the easiest tasks you have to do when creating your business, but can actually be quite challenging. It’s one of the most common questions we receive so we brought in an expert, Avivit Fisher of RedD Strategy, to help out. You can learn about Avivit and […]
TTE 73: How Knowing His Audience (and Having a Specialty) Allowed Nate to Write Great Website Copy for His Practice
When Nate Wagner began his practice, he began as more of a generalist. Over the last year, he began focusing more on suicide loss and sibling loss. Based off of his own personal experiences, he knows that sibling loss is often neglected and that there is a big need for it.
As he began understanding his specialty more, the copywriting for his website came naturally. Once he realized how much this specialty resonated with him, and resonated with his potential clients who were finding him for any element of grief, Nate switched gears, wrote a book, and his ideal clients began finding him with ease.
If you aren’t willing to invest in yourself and your practice, how do you expect others to do so? By not investing in yourself and your private practice, you’re costing yourself time and money in the long run and inhibiting yourself from ramping up to a full-time profitable practice.
The heart and soul of growing a therapy practice centers around the ability to do effective local networking. However, a lot of therapists do too much “hard labor” with little results. If you experience local networking as very stressful, it’s probably a signal that your efforts are unnatural in some way and need to change. […]
As a mental health professional, you thrive at helping people in their lives but may lack expertise in practice-building and marketing. Special guests, Dr. Kate Campbell and Katie Lemieux, LMFT from The Private Practice Startup are here to share the common mistakes they see private practice owners make, so that your experience can have a […]