Marketing Your Private Practice Doesn’t Have to be Awkward

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By Marissa Lawton, Marissa Lawton; Licensed counselor, and Online marketer. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

Any time we set out to learn a new skill, there's a learning curve.

No one knows how to do things perfectly right away and there are a lot of starts, stops, and stumbles along the way. Especially when it comes to building a business. What I think is so interesting about therapists is that we rely heavily on training, we hold advanced degrees, advanced certificates, and are always working on our competence. It’s ingrained in us to seek out training and further our skills. Marketing is no different.

Today I’m sharing the answers of the top marketing questions for online practices. We’re getting into ethical concerns, about pages, turning away clients, and kicking Imposter Syndrome to the curve!

Though there are definite drawbacks to feeling awkward about marketing, listen in this week so you can move past them and start to enjoy the marketing process. When you bring your own flavor to it you’ll see some pretty big changes. Ready to create your FREE Heartfelt Homepage? Click here to join me and your colleagues for this really cool community building event starting March 18th: bit.ly/therapy-homepage

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