Because you don’t want to miss out on clients you may decide to tick most of the boxes for issues in your counselling profile. Will this help or hinder people finding you?
What are the reasons for ensuring you have a professional looking photo for your counselling profile, and how do you get a good headshot? What is considered a good headshot photo for counsellors?
It’s hard to know what to say in a counselling profile. Read more about avoiding the biggest mistake in directory writing.
Therapy can be a lonely business and trying to get clients is challenging. The Therapy Growth Group provides supports to counsellors to help them with their marketing and mindset.
Concerns for therapists around marketing on social media is about making mistakes in public, feeling like they’re an imposter, and that what they’ve got to say is irrelevant and not worth noticing. This blog addresses those fears.
Help for therapists so that they feel confident to post on social media and can generate content ideas.
How can busy therapists find time to market themselves on social media? This blog contains ten time hacks to help them to post consistently.
Therapists and counsellors worry about self disclosure on social media and this can affect their marketing. This blog discusses how they can safely share on social media.
Facebook had over 2.7 billion monthly users in the second quarter of 2020. It’s very likely that you’ll find your clients amongst them. However, it can feel very confusing to know how to use Facebook to get clients and this blog will help you to work it out. But I’m...
Recent reports that Zoom accounts are available on the dark web are worrying. What does this mean for counsellors seeking to provide online therapy?
Is Zoom encryption enough for counselling? Without end to end encryption, does counselling with Zoom jeopordize client confidentiality?
Zoom security for counselling is a hot topic. This blog discusses how to ensure client confidentiality and prevent Zoom bombing in online therapy
Private practice pricing: are you in danger of rescuing clients through charging low fees? How does this affect the power dynamic in the relationship?
Will clients pay high fees for therapy? When considering a price increase, counsellors worry that they will not attract clients. In fact the opposite may be true.
Private practice fees: a simple tool to help you set your fees.
Worried about pricing and fee setting in Private Practice? What are the ethics of charging clients?
Strategies to help counsellors and therapists generate more clients for their business
One of the issues that often occurs for Good Enough Counsellors is a fear around income and not having enough clients. It takes a lot of courage to set up in private practice. Most of us are not trained in marketing or how to run a business. Private practice may not...
Finding Hope in Failure Have you ever felt defeated when you have tried to do something different? Perhaps you've started up your private practice recently and haven't got any clients. Or you've had a client and they've stopped attending counselling after just a few...