How The Right Digital Tools
Can Be Your Personal Workforce
Over a hundred tips and recommendations - all the information you need to help your practice be more effective online.
Security and compliance
What you need to look out for when handling customer data online and the tools to help you keep everything in order.
Increasing your earnings
Concerned about income stability? Learn how to easily structure your therapy business to increase your earnings right now.
Plus 8 other chapters of essential information for making the best use of digital tools for your Health and Well-being practice.
Whats Inside ?
Privacy backgrounds are easy to find, but think about your microphone, and your lighting. A microphone will determine how your voice comes across, as well as protecting you from background noise.
Follow the Rules
It isn't only about storing client records over time, but consider that free services like Zoom may be exposing you to some uncomfortable risks.
Check the competition
You don't need to be a Marketeer, be a detective instead. From Google to TikTok, take a walk in your customers shoes and walk through the discovery steps of looking for a therapist like you. You will be amazed what you find.
Analyze your business
Your business is made up of services that are largely controlled by time. So where you spend your time is important to understand and control. Learn how to spend more time with more clients.
Adapting for growth
Breakthrough the limitations that were common before digital working. There are exciting new ways to think about client services. You can grow your practice through services through partnerships and through international growth.
There are simple and free ways to make sure the right type of client can find you. From digital presence to fees, learn how clients look at you when searching online, and how to present your services without having to become an Instagram star
Know your value
What should you be charging? How will you react to the cost-of-living crisis? Can you earn a good living as well as helping those in need? The answer is YES. It's an exciting time to be in private practice whatever your discipline. Learn how to set your own fees well.
Find your Tribe
Private practice can be a lonely business. But it doesn't need to be. A digital setting means you can do more than 'meet for a coffee.' You can truly collaborate. Look at why you should reach out to each other, today.