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…
Attracting your ideal client takes work and don’t sabotage your marketing efforts and your reputation by leaving out key components about what it’s going to take to collaborate with you.
before you start comparing your saga to someone else’s highlight reel, let’s take a step back and get curious. How many clients do you need to see, in order to consider yourself full?
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! It’s time to organize. If you haven’t created a routine that allows you the time and space to refresh aspects of your practice at least on quarterly basis, then maybe it’s time to start.