Our blog is written by practicing professionals who offer online counseling services. Their advice, tips, and experiences are shared to inspire and educate peers, clients, and those seeking to learn more.
Have you ever turned down an invitation to a party because you thought you wouldn’t know anyone there besides the host (or whoever it was that invited you)?
Yeah, me too!
That’s awkward. You’re trying to be social and fit in, but ... Read More
Imagine a world where you don’t have to…
...email a document, that your client then prints, fills out, signs, scans and finally emails back to you (which you then have to print and file).
...decipher illegible handwriting and decode ... Read More
How many times have you been like, “I’m gonna start an online private practice” but never did because tackling the Website Beast was just too overwhelming?
We get it. Whether…
...you didn’t know how to build a website (what ... Read More
Is the only thing between you and finally starting your online private practice all the ethical considerations?
First of all, you’re not the only one.
And secondly, this can be the day you tackle your ethical considerations and start that practice!... Read More
Want to expand your audience, build your credibility, and touch more lives with the work you do?
Sharing audiences through guest blogging is a great way to do all that.
Here’s the catch.
Have you ever spent hours ... Read More
If you were looking for a therapist what would you want to see on their profile? What would you look for in a good Psychology Today profile?
(Chances are you’re a therapist yourself if you’re reading this post. So there might be some ... Read More
How many tabs do you normally have open on your computer when you’re working on your practice?
I just counted as I’m writing this and I have 12 tabs open.
But it’s legit, right?
There’s the… ... Read More
You’re doing this crazy online private practice thing...
...stepping out on a limb.
...doing something uncomfortable.
...venturing into the unknown.
And you’re doing it alone.
There’s not gonna be a staff person to back you up ... Read More