Top 10 Most Popular Posts Of All Time

My website design business and blog started on 1 January 2015.

In that time, I created, launched, and grown Empathysites, which has expanded my ability to help therapists get out there and get found.

I am so incredibly grateful to all of my clients, my partner, my family, and my friends for making these years a success. I have the best website design clients ever!

To celebrate you and celebrate my years serving therapists, here are the 10 most popular posts that I’ve put out onto my blog for the past three years. Of course, I have listed them in countdown style.

I hope if you missed seeing any of these posts, or if you’d just like to read them again, that you’ll find this list to be helpful.

Top 10 Most Popular Posts, 2015 – 2018

10.

Awesome Facebook Groups for Private Practice Support

9.

Best Psychotherapist Portrait Photos in the Universe

8.

Best Psychotherapist Intro Videos in the Universe

7.

How To Get An Effective Therapist Website: 2017 Survey Results

6.

The Bare Minimum Information You Need On Your Therapy Website

5.

Remove Your “Resources” Page From Your Site and Do This Instead

4.

5 Tips On How Therapists Can Be More Photogenic – From A Former Model

3.

Psychobabble You Need To Stop Using On Your Therapist Website

2.

50 Social Media Post Ideas for When You Don’t Know What to Post

1.

Things I Wish All Private Practice Psychotherapists Knew

Happy New Year And Here’s to 2019!

I am so happy you are here. And that I get the honor of helping you with this content.

If you’d like to reach out, say hi, say happy new year back, feel free to contact me or tweet us anytime. I love hearing from you and I hope that your 2019 will be the best year ever.

About 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. PS. my pronouns are they/them/their. Thanks.