How to Get Online Exposure for Your Private Practice (For FREE)

How to Get Online Exposure for Your Private Practice (For FREE)

Without a doubt the aspect of private practice that I see most therapists struggling with is marketing.

The word usually brings up a negative connotation and most therapists are quick to write it off as a “necessary evil” or something they’re not even willing to participate in because they’ve already decided they’re no good at it.

The truth is marketing isn’t evil and it is important to shift our mindset around marketing because the more people we can share our business (and our gifts) with the more positive impact we can have on this world.

We need to learn how to get excited about the services we are offering because we recognize that they are a gift.

Checking Your Ego and Narcissism of Social Media

Checking Your Ego and Narcissism of Social Media

I have yet to meet a therapist who has embraced social media with open arms. If you are one, please step forward and introduce yourself, because right now your existence is on par with magical unicorns.

Most therapists I meet and connect with are deeply plagued by how to use social media effectively and even deeper fears of being seen on these platforms.

The field of psychology is way behind the curve in embracing social media and online platforms as the new norm. We are riddled with messages of narcissism and pseudo-connection, and even scorned if we do choose to step into the current culture and utilize all of the platforms and opportunities available to us.

What It Means to be an Entrepreneur in Private Practice

What It Means to be an Entrepreneur in Private Practice

Entrepreneur is definitely a hot word right now and we are living in a time where more and more people are stepping into and embracing themselves as entrepreneurs, especially with all of the opportunities afforded to us with the internet.

But does going into traditional private practice qualify us to call ourselves entrepreneurs, or are we small business owners?

Where to Start if You're Brand New

Where to Start if You're Brand New

If you’re like most therapists new to private practice, or even just beginning to consider entering into private practice, you have likely experienced some of the overwhelm and uncertainty of where to begin.

The solution to this problem is this: Start with a Dream and End With a Goal.