Link Love 5

Hello friends! How is your March going? I’ve been really reaching out and connecting with a lot of you. It feels so great to start meeting people in the psychotherapy community!

Here are some links that you might appreciate for this month’s link roundup!

Trying to build your psychotherapy practice? Well, I started a list of private practice builders: coaches, consultants, and marketers that might have services that can help you.

The 10 unbreakable laws of entrepreneurship.

Have you read Addressing the deterioration in Public Psychotherapy Provision (pdf) by the British Psychoanalytic Council? Increasing numbers of clients are turning to the private sector in the UK. How does this affect therapists in private practice?

On your website, are you presenting yourself as someone who has the characteristics that lead to successful therapy with these 5 ingredients? Are you experienced? Are you motivating your clients? Are your rates fair? Sometimes looking at articles like these can help you reverse engineer your website copy.

Things to consider before adding a clinician to your practice.

In a, “…search to understand what autism looks like across language barriers and cultural divides” photographer Debbie Rasiel traveled the globe photographing children with autism.

Recommended follow on twitter: Dr Christina Hibbert in Arizona, USA

You are wonderfully kind. Are you sharing your kindness on your website?

Photo by Sarah Holmes

Kat Love

Hi, I'm Kat! Therapists helped me heal from childhood sexual abuse, so I helped them with websites and marketing for around 5 years. You can still write your therapist website in the easiest way possible with my easy, fast, and affordable solution called Empathycopy. Or stick around here on the Empathysites blog to get your fill of helpful website and digital marketing insights for therapists. Happy to help. Pronouns: they/them/their