In this episode Juliet and Clinton discuss how to manage your time when your therapy practice is full so that you can work on your business, how much copy you should have on a therapist website, and if you should put fees on your website.
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Questions Answered in Episode 26
1. Glynis Sherwood, Vancouver – via Facebook
“Another great podcast! Would you be able to do a podcast on time management when you have a full therapy practice? I’d like to know how you make time to work on the business when your practice is full. Thank you!”
2. Felicia, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
“Juliet, I’ve been following you for at least 10 years. Thanks for offering all your free information and for starting your free members program. I can’t believe how much free stuff you are offering. How do you find the time to do it all? Even though I have been following you for a long time, I haven’t really used much of your information, as I wasn’t serious about building my business. But now I am…So, here’s my question:
I’m having an argument with my husband about my website copy. He thinks it should just say the bare minimum, like my name and credentials and a bit about my services. He says he never likes to read much online, and other people don’t either.
I think I should give people some information about who I am and how I work so that they get to know me a little bit. I know that a lot of your copywriting clients have quite a bit of information on their websites.
I’m not sure I need that much, but I think enough so that they know a little about me. Could you please comment on how much information one should have on their site?” Thank you very much!”
3. Carol_Hopwood via Twitter, Bend, Oregon www.lastingchangecounseling.com
“What’s your opinion about listing psychotherapy fees on your website?”