Link Love 19: Getting in the Media

Links to help you get into the media as a therapist

Hello my friend! How are you doing? I’m doing very well.

This month’s links are all about getting into the media. From getting journalists to call on you as an expert to writing for huffpo, these links will help you get into the media. 

John Aiken shared insights on the benefits from building a high profile in the media and how it’s linked to attracting more clients.

How to rock the media according to Julie Hanks on the Practice of the Practice podcast.

HARO is an online service that connects journalists with relevant, expert sources (you)! You can learn more and sign up for  HARO on the HARO website.

If you’re already in-the-know about HARO, here are 12 tips for helping a reporter out as well as a guide for using HARO like a hero.

Tips on sharing your psychology research with the media.

Sometimes, getting in the media may mean guest blogging. In this podcast, Micheal Formica shares how to find guest blogging opportunities with larger blogs and publications.

If you want to know more about guest blogging, you can check out this ultimate guide to guest blogging.

If you are doing an excellent job of getting yourself out there in the media, you may be getting too many requests for your expert opinion. Juliet and Clinton answer here: should you ever say no to media requests?

I hope these links help expose you to the world of online counseling! The world needs your unique healing talents, and this is a great way to expand your reach.

Kat Love

Hi, I'm Kat! I'm the founder and lead designer here at Empathysites. Therapists helped me heal from childhood sexual abuse so now I help therapists with creating their websites. I write on topics like website design, strategy, and turning website visitors into clients. Reach out anytime if you'd like to say hi. Pronouns: they/them/their