Posts by Kat Love
Your Therapist Website Is For Sales, Not Education
When we talk about “sales” on a therapist website, what we’re referring to is the experience, from design to words, that helps a website visitor become a client. When done well, the experience for your visitor includes: Deeper aspects of sales, such as confirming fit and caring for any further concerns are a continuation of…Read More
The Good Faith Estimate Notice You Need On Your Therapist Website (And Where To Put It)
So far, it seems to be a bit fuzzy as to exactly what therapists ought put in and where to put a Good Faith Estimate notice on their website. But with that said, the model notice shared by the CMS and the three options for how to implement the notice below are solid guesses as…Read More
How Can I Add A Client Portal To My Therapist Website?
It’s important to make the exchange of documents and messages with your clients as easy as possible, so it makes sense if you’re asking something like, “how can I add a client portal to my therapist website?” Maybe there could be a login page where your client could set up a user account and access…Read More
9 Easy Ways To Update Your Therapy Practice Website
Whether the copy feels dead, the images just don’t give the right vibes, or something is just no longer feeling like it reflects you, there comes a time when you’ll be needing to give your therapy website an update. Let’s walk through 9 of the easiest ways you can update your therapy website today. Many…Read More
6 Challenges Therapists Have When Writing Their Therapy Website About Page
If you feel like writing the About page for your therapist website is a challenge, you’re not alone. In fact, many therapists have websites with an About page that they don’t feel confident about. They may have written something they feel doesn’t reflect them, or that it is too long and wordy. Perhaps the page…Read More
Should You List Your Fees On Your Therapist Website?
“Should I list my fees on my therapist website?” is a question that induces anxiety in many private practice therapists. And it can be a wild ride. One minute you feel like there is no way you will ever post your fees and the next, you exclaim, “no, I really ought to!” There are thoughts…Read More
Q&A: What Should I Call My Therapy Niche? I Don’t Know What To Name It
Q: I am trying to define one of my three niches (I know three can be a lot…lol), but can’t figure out what to title it on my website. I am looking to work with the successful professionals who are on top of things and rock it at work, but in their personal lives not…Read More
The Best Black Friday Deals For Private Practice Therapists
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are full of great deals on private practice tools and services. And in an effort to show our gratitude for the important work that therapists do, we’ve reached out to the therapist-helping-community to round up the most helpful Black Friday offers for therapists. Thank You Therapists For The Important Work…Read More
How I Became A Copywriter For Therapists And Helped Hundreds Write Their Websites
As the main author of the Empathycopy blog and creator of Empathycopy, I thought it would be fun to share the story of how I became a copywriter for therapists. From discovering my mission to help therapists with their websites, to noticing an opportunity to help with writing, to creating a service that has now…Read More
Should I Hire Someone To Write My Therapist Website?
If you’ve decided to create or refresh your therapist website, you may be wondering, “should I hire someone to write my therapist website?” A therapist website has many parts. From the design to the words, from finding images to technical choices, it can feel like a lot to handle all on your own. And unless…Read More