The simplest way to spend less time marketing your private practice is to repurpose your content. You know those creative moments ebb and flow in relationship to what’s happening for you beyond the session, so don’t let another day pass by before you start putting into place the simplest way to save more time and conserve your energy. Besides wouldn’t you rather be doing something else with your time than trying to figure out what to say next. Good news is you don’t have to!
I had a blast talking all about therapy consultations with Allison Puryear on the Abundant Practice Podcast Check out the complete episode below and don’t hesitate to let me know what you think! If you’ve found this helpful, share it with a friend or sign up for the newsletter, where I deliver strategic guidance just […]
There are tons of therapists that are not using all the available tools and resources that are at their disposable to market their private practice. But, if someone told you that you could market your private practice to thousands of people with little to no investment of time, energy, and effort, would you do it
What can private practice therapists do to increase their social proof? In comparison to businesses outside the healthcare industry, when it comes to marketing a private practice, therapists are somewhat limited in how far they can go to attract their ideal client. Beyond the healthcare industry, entrepreneurs can request testimonials from their clients and place […]
Marketing is Necessary is an evolving collection inspired by the lessons, musings, and insights gained during the 2021 Traffic & Conversions Summit hosted by Digital Marketer This was my first year attending this action-packed conference and frankly, it was an amazing investment in my professional development as an entrepreneur and private practice creator. As you […]
You’re constantly fantasizing about how great it’s going to feel when you start your own private practice and have the chance to make your own schedule, earn a livable wage, and have a manageable caseload.
Well, before you put in your 2 weeks-notice, here’s the #1 thing I recommend that all aspiring private practice creators do before quitting their 9 to 5 for full time private practice.
Figurately creating space for your client is what you do best, and of course, you want the physical space to match. The therapy office is where the tangible and intangible come together. Yes, that’s all well and good, BUT…
You probably hear a lot of private practice coaches and business consultants talk about building a six-figure practice and you swoon at the idea of earning more and working less.
Well, as we all know the primary way that therapists generate revenue in their practice is through their therapy sessions and the top inquiry I hear is “How do I determine my rates?”