You're a qualified, insured counsellor.
Now, how do you attract clients?
The best book to read for a successful practice
Seriously, it is written like Jane is talking to you in the room and giving you her personal service on marketing your therapy business. I love it and am a super fan! She gives you all you need and more, for example, her chapter on Imposter Syndrome is a must, everyone will benefit from it and the tips on how to deal with it. Not to mention what clients really want and how to get them to your business. Definitely buy this book if you want a profitable practice!
This book comes in 3 parts:
Quick-Start * Mindset * Practical
Do you want to get started quickly and on a budget? In the quickstart section, I show you how to get started when you don't know where to start - website not required.
Do you have a nagging fear that you're not good enough and feel like a fraud? Take a look at the section on mindset, and see how being in private practice really helps your personal development.
Does the thought of being visible make you feel awkward? Relax, I'll show you how to attract clients in a way that feels right for you, no selling yourself required.
This book is a keeper!
Whatever I need help with I just dip in and find professional ways to deal with any issues I may have around my PP.
I am SO glad I bought this book. It will be read and re-read and kept very close.
Jane Travis the Author has a down to earth approach but is inspirational and this book is written with flair.
If you are in PP this book is definitely for you.
I'm Jane Travis, the counsellor that helps other counsellors to grow their private practice.
I've helped hundreds of counsellors and therapists to not only attract new clients, but to do so without feeling overwhelmed.
Marketing isn't a one size fits all thing, so in this book I'll help you discover the marketing that's right for you.
Grow Your Private Practice book gives you a no nonsense, grounded and practical insight to grow your private practice, and helps you develop both as a counsellor and as a person.
This book is perfect if you are just starting in private practice, have been seeing clients a while but want clarity or you need to refresh your skills.
Action is the key to growth, so it has lots of practical action steps to move you forward, along with time for reflection.
Inspiring, motivating, game-changing
This book was recommended to me by a fellow counsellor. It is brilliant – it got me out of the perfectionism and procrastination that was keeping me in a rut and forced me to challenge my fears about putting myself out there. I have seen things change for me since putting into practice things suggested in the book – I’ve only read up to chapter 5. I highly recommend this book. It is helpful even if you are not ready for Private Practice.