This post is to provide some updates both to existing subscribers, free-trial users as well as anyone interested in beautiful mental health practice management, online therapy, behavioral health communications, and therapy practice marketing.
What alternatives are available for the online therapist? What are the best mental health technology providers available? What’s the overall market looking like? What are the pros and cons of the different services available to a practitioner that wants to improve their practice with technology?
Rather than coming up with all the reasons to say no, we should be working together to create policies that support cross-state practice. State lines ought not be more important than providing care to those who need it.
Mental health practitioners should never use PayPal. It’s not HIPAA compliant and it’s a risk to your business.
The key to success as a private practice mental health counselor really depends only on three key things: Marketing, Marketing, and Unit Economics
It’s understandable that most behavioral health practitioners aren’t going to be SEO experts. How many SEO experts do you know that are experts in mental health?
It’s a fact, if you are behavioral health professional working in private practice, you need a website. For many years a website was considered superfluous, great for vanity but not particularly valuable as a means for maintaining and growing your business. Times have changed!
Teletherapy, online therapy, video therapy are more than just trends invented by some tech-addicted Millenials. They are proven, research-supported modes of therapy that can provide you with the opportunity to expand your practice and even reduce missed appointments.
By understanding the causes of missed appointments, you can help your clients keep appointments and work on improving your no-show rate.
Should a therapist use social media? That’s a question that is subject to spirited debate! However, the short answer is yes, definitely therapists should use social media. The question really shouldn’t be should I or shouldn’t I, but how? This post should answer these two questions: Why should a therapist use social media? How should […]