Counseling Software Features To Grow Your Practice Counseling software programs are revolutionizing the way mental care professionals maintain and grow their business. They can effectively organize a practice with sophisticated but easy to use tools. You would no longer need several solutions for documentation such as text documents in Word or spreadsheets in Excel. Counseling […]Read More
Using Email Marketing in Your Private Practice
Email marketing is a great way to grow your private practice. Not only will it enable you to build awareness for your services and stay top of mind with your clients, you can also use email marketing to develop long-lasting and meaningful relationships.
For a minimal investment of time and money, you can increase retention rates, improve client education, and solidify your reputation as a trusted source of information. Knowing the value of email marketing is one thing. But figuring out how to implement email marketing in your private practice belongs in its own category. The good news is you’re in the right place. Below, we’ll discuss how to use email marketing effectively as a therapist.Read More
How to Create Meaningful Business Cards
The hardest part of running a practice for many people is knowing how to market the business. Marketing is a fickle friend and there’s always something new you need to know, tools you need to buy, and social media platforms you need to join. While we encourage you to stay up to date on all those things, we also want to suggest that you invest in having a business card. It may sound a bit old fashioned but trust us, you’ll want to take this step.Read More
Building Relationships With Other Therapists
All clients should have access to the best care possible—and sometimes, that’s not you. But that’s okay. Part of being a good therapist is understanding your limitations or acknowledging when you’ve come to the end of the road with a particular client. You won’t be able to serve the entire world, and you shouldn’t even try. So, once you embrace the idea of referring clients to other therapists, the next questions are: when, followed by how.
In this post, we’ll answer both of those questions. Before you know it, you’ll be a referral machine—referring clients who don’t fit so that you can free up your time to serve the individuals who will benefit the most from your care and your approach.
Let’s get started.Read More
Create a Simple and Effective Welcome Package
Are you finding that you have a hard time keeping clients coming back? Are the administrative facets of your practice in a state of disarray? Could those things be related? We think that they are and we want to help you consolidate so that your clients experience is engaging, efficient and memorable.Read More
Improve Your Rank on Google
As a therapist, search engine optimization (SEO) is probably the last thing on your to-do list. You know that you need to get it done, but you have no idea how to get started. The prospect sounds so daunting. Among the questions you may be asking yourself are:
- What exactly is SEO?
- What factors affect your website’s ranking on search engines like Google?
- How do you get a higher ranking for your website on search engines like Google?
- What’s the easiest way to improve your ranking?
If any of these questions sound familiar, you’ve come to the right post. SEO can be complicated and time consuming, but that doesn’t mean it has to be. This guide will help you understand the basics of how (and why) to rank with search engines, along with easy strategies that you can implement yourself right away. Let’s get started.Read More
Social Work Notes in Mental Health
For those in the social work and the mental health fields, one of the most important aspects of the job is completing paperwork in an accurate and timely manner. Many times, this paperwork is used in court cases and other hearings and can be the determining factor in how judges or other officials rule on cases. As more and more offices today go paperless, one of the best ways to make sure therapy notes, billing paperwork, and other social work notes are kept well-organized is by using social work software such as TheraNest. Along with the software, there are many factors to take into consideration when preparing professional documents such as these.Read More
How to Market Your Private Practice
Marketing is a crucial part of growing any private practice. However, if you run a small or solo practice, you probably don’t have a large budget to invest into marketing.
The good news is that some marketing strategies only require the investment of time. In other words, these strategies are completely free!
Let’s take a look at seven completely free and effective marketing strategies that can help you grow your private practice.Read More
Great Software Tools for Art Therapy Art has been used for several years as a therapeutic medium. It aims to improve the mental and emotional well-being by using the creative art-making process. Art therapy has proven useful for patients of all ages. Therapists that use art in their practice often use the creative process to […]Read More