Building the Private Practice You Want with Dr. Chloe Carmichael PhD
Would you like to attract, book, and retain more clients? Especially private pay, high functioning clients? Then this is the webinar for you!
Clinical psychologist and expert practice builder Dr. Chloe Carmichael of Profitable Practices will share tips and information on how therapists can thrive in private practice. In graduate school, clients were handed to therapists. Many of us do very well once we’re actually “in the therapy room” but we need a little boost in figuring out how to actually get those clients in the first place. Whether your challenge is generating interest in your practice, booking the clients who do inquire, or figuring out things like how much to charge, when to waive a late fee, and other “nuts and bolts” of a profitable private practice, Dr. Chloe is here to help!Read More
3 Practice Building Insights with Melvin of Selling the Couch
What you’ll learn in this webinar:
- Why you should niche your practice
- How to prepare for the Ups and Downs
- How to network and build connections
How To Save Time & Resources: Go Paperless
Going paperless at your therapy private practice might seem like a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. Having the right tools and processes in place before you begin transitioning to a paperless practice can save you both time and headache. Not to mention, taking the time to go paperless now will help set your private practice up for future success in the future.
The Private Practice’s Guide to Marketing Automation
Marketing automation allows you to do everything from engaging prospective clients on the need for mental health services to reminding current clients of upcoming appointments. There’s a misperception that marketing automation is only for big practices, but I’d argue that marketing automation is even more useful for small to medium practices where staff and other resources are limited. Automating your marketing allows you to stretch your reach without constantly performing the same tedious day to day tasks that business growth requires. In this post, we’ll explain how to get started with marketing automation for private practice.Read More
8 Automated Emails You Should Always Send
Sending automated emails is one of the best strategies to stay top of mind with your therapy clients. But if you’re new to the world of email marketing, you may not know which emails to send and when.
In this post, we’ll guide you through the most important automated emails that you should always send to your clients and why. Let’s get started.Read More
This post has been authored by Valerie Kuykendall-Rogers, MA, LPC-S as part of our guest post series. Learn more about Valerie at the bottom of this post.
How To Become an Online Therapist
The world of Online Counseling! It has so many different names–Tele Mental Health/Tele Counseling, etc. It can be confusing, at best, to determine if Online Counseling will be a good fit for you and your small business (aka private practice). There are so many misconceptions, misunderstandings, and just plain old mistakes when it comes to deciding whether to offer Online Counseling and my goal is to address them here. So, take a moment to sit back, relax, and discover the top 7 advantages of offering Online Counseling.Read More
Building a Private Practice as a Part-Time Counselor or Therapist
Many therapists have the goal of opening up a private practice and working for themselves exclusively. It’s quite a sense of accomplishment, and a dream realized when you finally hang your shingle for the first time.
However, that dream quickly turns into a nightmare when you realize that things aren’t going quite as you planned. Building up a list of regular clients can take a long time. There may be a huge influx of new clients one month and a head-scratching amount of cancellations the next. But the bills still come every month and demand to be paid.
It may prove financially impossible to bootstrap your own private practice without working full time to supplement your income. But here’s the good news:
You can start your therapy practice part-time.
By working as a part-time therapist, you will likely avoid many of the financial problems that full-time private practitioners face. In this guide, we’ll discuss the most important things to know before becoming a part-time therapist. But first, let’s look at the major benefits you’ll gain by working as a part-time therapist.Read More
Video Marketing for Your Private Practice
Video marketing is one of the most effective ways to get new therapy clients. When it comes to video marketing, there’s no tool better than YouTube.
YouTube has made millions of dollars for many of its users. However, even if your goal isn’t to make money from your videos, YouTube can still act as a reliable referral source. You can use YouTube to pull in many more prospective clients than you could possibly reach through SEO or traditional marketing campaigns, such as print, television, and radio, alone.
If you’d like to learn how to use YouTube to grow your private practice, keep reading. We’ll share tips on why and how to invest in organic YouTube marketing.Read More
How to Use Paid Marketing to Grow Your Practice
Let’s talk about setting up a paid marketing campaign for your private practice.
Have you considered online marketing but hesitated because it’s so confusing? Once you enter into the world of online marketing, you’re immediately bombarded by so many questions like:Read More