54 Specific ways to attract therapy clients
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You've tried blogging, social media and networking, but your diary is still deserted, with empty pages mocking you.
Maybe you're just not cut out to be in private practice? Maybe you should just forget your dream of being a counsellor and get a 9-5.
What should you do when your private practice marketing isn't working? Let’s take a look...
The thing about being self employed is there is a never ending list of things to do.
There’s working IN your business - seeing clients, supervision and CPD.
Then, there’s working ON your business - marketing, blogging, social media, networking, email marketing, word of mouth, accounts and admin etc.
How can you manage all those tasks in the limited amount of time you have?
Try this one simple productivity trick to get more done.
Consider this: Amy has been feeling anxious for some time and it's starting to have a negative impact on her life.
She needs some help, but as she's never had counselling before has no idea where to start.
What would she do?
Are you making it hard for clients to choose you?
Let's look at Amy's journey from feeling anxious to sitting in your counselling room...
Blogging is one of the best things you can do to market your practice.
But if you're going to the trouble of writing a blog you'll want as many people to read it as possible.
So here's a comprehensive guide on what to do before and after publishing your blog post for maximum exposure - and a FREE checklist!
Have you heard of the know, like and trust factor?
It’s important when it comes to attracting clients and referrals, and something we, as counsellors, sometimes trip up over.
So let’s take a look at what it is, and how you can incorporate the know, like and trust factor into your marketing while staying within your ethical boundaries.
54 Specific Ways To Attract Therapy Clients