Therapists

Therapists Corner – November Calendar

By Sarah Rees

November is shaping up to be an incredible month here at Therapist’s Corner on Substack, and I’m thrilled to share what we have lined up for you! 🍂📆   Friday, 3rd November, 12 pm BST: We’re kicking off with a 30-minute Q&A session exclusively for our paid subscribers. Bring your questions, insights, or even just … Read More about Therapists Corner – November Calendar

Attracting Self-Funding Clients

By Sarah Rees

Working with self-funding clients who have specifically chosen to work with you are, in my opinion, the best type of referral; they tend to be more motivated and engaged and the therapeutic relationship gets a head start. Working with self-funding clients also allows you to take a client-centred approach to therapy. This means that you … Read More about Attracting Self-Funding Clients

managing unpaid invoices

Managing Unpaid Invoices: Your Guide to Pre-action Protocols

By Sarah Rees

Managing Unpaid Invoices   Few things are as frustrating and challenging for therapists as when clients fail to pay for a session and you have to Manage unpaid invoices. This isn’t just a matter of missed income; it’s about the value and recognition of the professional service provided. Like many in the health and well-being … Read More about Managing Unpaid Invoices: Your Guide to Pre-action Protocols

Business Strategy in Private Practice: The Therapists Guide

By Sarah Rees

  BOOK YOUR PLACE HERE Business Strategy For Therapists So many therapists in private practice overlook the importance of business strategy because they are unsure or think it’s just for the corporate world; that’s a myth. While therapeutic skills remain the cornerstone of our profession, a clear and robust business strategy is the secret ingredient … Read More about Business Strategy in Private Practice: The Therapists Guide

Social Media Policies in Private Practice

By Sarah Rees

In today’s digital age, it’s crucial for therapists to navigate the realms of social media with care and consideration. A solid social media policy guides this quest, ensuring that online interactions remain professional, ethical, and within appropriate boundaries. The Need for a Social Media Policy At the heart of therapy lies the bond of trust … Read More about Social Media Policies in Private Practice