Category: iTherapy Blog


Did you know there are a TON of podcasts out there chock-full of helpful marketing tips and advice on how to build your counseling private practice? It’s true!  The truth is, starting a private practice -- like any business -- takes work! It’s the sort of work ... Read More


Do you feel alone as a telehealth provider? Are you facing challenges that you don’t have answers to? Have you wished for someone who could listen to you and understand your world? This is exactly why peer consult ... Read More


As a therapist, you probably serve more than one client, not to mention specializations and certifications you’ve collected over time. You’re an impressive one, but it’s a lot to say in one conversation or over the phone. Sometimes it can ... Read More


Have you been looking for an online counseling job? One where you could work from home and make money for helping people. You’re looking at working for BetterHelp, TalkSpace, or a smaller practice that has remote therapists, aren’t you? But ... Read More


Have you ever felt frazzled five minutes before a teletherapy session? Like, you don’t know where you’re gonna set up your computer. Once you finally find a place you can’t find your charging cord. By the time the session is supposed ... Read More


Having an online therapy practice is one of the lowest barriers of entry for operating independently. You’ll be thrilled to find that you can be all in your first month right around $1000. Why? Because you’re footing the bill for ... Read More


Advancements for telehealth have been taking place. But between the fancy words, certifications, and ‘who does this apply to anyway’ it can be confusing. You may have heard of Psypact, ... Read More


COVID-19 has changed the way we live and the way we do business. This change can motivate us to try everything to market our private practice so that we keep things as normal as possible, or it can ... Read More


Are you ready to leave your group practice but feel overwhelmed by the nuts and bolts of running a private practice? Dr. Jamie Howard, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, was in the same boat. After years of working as a therapist ... Read More


If you’re a therapist who feels unfulfilled by your job and are looking to take a leap into having your own practice, you will love the story of our client Dr. Carol O’Saben. After working more than 25 years in university ... Read More