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Want to Start a Private Practice This Summer? Here Are 5 Things to Do Right Now

Summer is quickly approaching! Many children (and some adults) don’t have access to therapy services over the summer and seek out private practitioners to fill the gap.If you have considered treating your own private clients, summer is a excellent time to get started. There are several tips and strategies to maximize the chances of your private practice success this summer – and beyond! Without further ado, here are:  5 Things to Do Right Now If You Want to See Pr […]

Help Me Create the Perfect Marketing Course for Private Practitioners

Let’s Create a System to Help You Get More Clients – Together The long-term success of your private practice ​depends on the following cycle happening over and over again: Finding ideal clients to treat Helping them make significant progress Getting reimbursed for your services But how to you do that in the most cost and time …

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7 Ways to Get Your Private Practice Through a Slump

Dry spells = every private practitioners nightmare. Keep in mind that most private practices follow a somewhat predictable pattern of client interest.  The winter months can be slow due to bad weather and/or holidays (ex. Thanksgiving, Christmas) and summer can be chaotic due to summer camps and vacations. If slow periods go on for longer …

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How ‘Word of Mouth’ Marketing Can Help Grow Any Private Therapy Practice

Marketing your physical, occupational or speech therapy private practice can be tricky. Most clinicians have very small marketing budgets (if any) and are trying to build caseloads to waiting list levels. When you find strategies that work – you want to do more of it. For me, one of the greatest marketing strategies is simply …

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5 Reasons Why Every Therapist Should Have Their Own Website

Websites aren’t for nerds or big businesses anymore!  More and more “regular” professionals and small business owners are focusing on building a web presence to keep a professional leg up on the competition.  Before you say, “I don’t have the time or technical skills” to create a website, let me assure you that there are …

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10 Ways to Use Social Media to Improve Your Private Practice Marketing Efforts

Author: Jena H. Casbon, author of The Guide to Private Patients and The Guide to Creating a Web Presence for Your Private Practice Having a social media presence for your private practice is very important to establish trust and generate referrals.  BUT – Once your private practice has Facebook “likes,” Twitter “followers” and LinkedIn “connections,” how do you …

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6 Easy Ways To Make Your Private Clients Happy As Clams

This is a guest post by music therapist Kat Fulton, MM, MT-BC of SoundHealthMusic.com I’ve been hearing a lot of concern from my clients, customers, and therapy colleagues about the “dreaded state of the economy.”  You may be especially concerned if your clients are private-pay. Don’t you just love this phrase: “In this economy…”  [insert three dramatic …

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5 Reasons Every Therapy Provider Needs a Website

Websites aren’t for nerds or big businesses anymore!  More and more “regular” professionals and small business owners are focusing on building a web presence to keep a professional leg up on the competition.  Before you say, “I don’t have the time or technical skills” to create a website, let me assure you that there are …

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Your E-Mail Signature: Casually Promoting Your Private Practice

Do you have an e-mail signature? Have you ever noticed that some people have some identifying information at the bottom of their e-mails?  Very commonly people have their name, professional title or even the standard “Sent from my iPhone.” While adding your name, credentials, title, or a privacy statement fantastic, it’s a GREAT place to …

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