Category: iTherapy Blog
Recently our CEO Nick Fuller was featured on the Mastering Counseling Podcast. He had a wide ranging conversation with host, Becky Coplen. Here’s the episode description: In this engaging episode of Mastering Counseling, we welcome a tech-savvy entrepreneur, Mr. Nick Fuller. He is a master in his field who serves ...
SUBJ: IMPORTANT! Possible Price Increase Providers, As much as possible, we try not to raise prices for you. We know that the simple, fixed price is one of the things you like about iTherapy! However, sometimes our costs rise so significantly, we have to make ...
Do you have a client traveling and still in need of their appointment? Are you wanting to broaden your clientele base by expanding across borders? Are you from outside the US and wondering how to offer your services here? All this is possible and here is how ...
What are CPT codes? We’re sure you’re already familiar with CPT codes, but incase you need a reminder, here’s the APA on CPT codes. https://www.ama-assn.org/practice-management/cpt/cpt-overview-and-code-approval There’s a fee for using these? Turns out, there is! The AMA has the authority to charge licensing fees ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...