Do you have a business plan for your private practice? Have you ever considered creating one? Many therapists start building their private practice without a clear plan in place let alone a business plan despite it being one of the main reasons why small businesses fail in their first year. What is a Business Plan? … Read More about Business Planning for Private Practice
‘Should I niche my private practice?’ is a common question in the closed Facebook group I run, CBT in Private Practice . When I left the NHS, I hadn’t even heard of niching down, but it’s become something I’m very passionate about. The dictionary definition of ‘niche’ is ‘denoting or relating to products, services, or … Read More about Should I Niche My Private Practice?
Self-Funding Clients Vs. Referrals Attracting self-funding clients who have researched you thoroughly and chosen to work with you is extremely rewarding. They’re often motivated, committed to starting therapy and keen to begin making positive changes. However, when you’re starting out in private practice, it’s not uncommon to sign-up with referral agencies. Those who do often … Read More about How To Find Self-Funding Clients For Your Private Practice
What is SEO? Search Engine Optimisation or SEO is the process of optimising your online content so search engines will want to show it as a top result for searches of a certain keyword. A keyword, or focus keyword as some people call it, is a word that describes the content on a website page … Read More about SEO for Therapists – How Can It Help Your Private Practice?
I’ve worked in private practice for many years now and feeling isolated running my own business was a real concern for me when I was leaving a huge Greater Manchester service. I’d worked in the NHS for over 15 years and had always had the support and friendship that working in a team brings. I … Read More about Tips for Reducing Isolation in Private Practice