54 Specific ways to attract therapy clients
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Imagine a 4 year old pageboy at a wedding that’s been made to wear a suit. He’s pulling at his collar, feels constricted, has to be on best behaviour. Very uncomfortable.
Well, that’s how I felt when I went to my first business networking event.
Let me tell you why...
Does this sound familiar?
I want to write a blog, so I sit in front of my computer and try to think up useful, interesting blog post ideas.
The cursor flashes on my blank Google doc, and my blank mind starts to panic - surely there’s SOMETHING I can say!
I’m relatively clever, I usually have tons of ideas - why can’t I think of any now?
Fast forward to me frantically ‘researching’ (procrastinating) trawling the World Wide Web, for something - anything! - to give me inspiration.
Okay relax, I’ve learned lots of tips and tricks about how to find inspiration in my many years of blogging.
Let me share with you 5 ways to come up with blog post ideas...
Finally, you're ready: qualified, ready and eager about getting started in private practice.
Erm... so now what?
It’s always worth taking some time to consider any investment for your practice, and you may be interested in joining the Grow Your Private Practice Club but have a few worries about whether it’s the right choice for you.
So here are some of the most common concerns prospective members have before joining the GYPP Club.
Let me introduce you to Kelly. She’s spent a lot of time, money and effort training to be a therapist, has offered her services for free for a while and now feels ready to step into private practice.
Like most people, dipping her toe into the unknown feels a little daunting, but the desire to help people is greater than her fear, so she pushes herself out of her comfort zone and starts the marketing process.
One day, she is shocked to see negative comments on her Facebook Page.
Eek! What now?
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