Client Attracting Websites

Private Practice Website Design

I have a unique advantage in private practice website design. As a psychotherapist myself, I know your business! I will work with you to c0-create a vision, that embodies you as a therapist, the message you want to send, and the clients you want to attract.

I have put together a private practice website design package that will fit all your needs in getting your practice out to the world online.

Your website represents your authentic truth, and it’s important that it embodies your unique style, and reflects the essence of your work. I get this and I want to create this for you. I deeply enjoy the artistic process involved here – it feeds my creative part.

Website Packages 

Website Features

Websites for Therapists and Healers

WordPress websites for therapists and healers. There are plenty of fantastic features to give you a beautiful, professional look, which stands out from the crowd.

WordPress Themes: WordPress is the most popular content management system in the world and search engines LOVE wordpress websites.

SEO: I give you the foundation of optimization for your website, and depending on the package, optimize keywords for you. I will then provide you with a tutorial on how to continue to work for top organic search rankings among a broad range of keywords. Or…once our website project is complete, you can hire me and I will do it for you.


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Practice Building Resources

“It takes a village…”, a quote we all know the meaning to. I believe that we can’t be in this work successfully, on our own. I have always worked in collaboration with others , and I’m long overdue to share some of those resources with you.

psychotherapysites resources, find-a-therapistLet’s start with This is a non-corporate owned therapist directory. Derek, the owner, wants to connect clients and therapists with the tools an resources needed for greater mental health.

Next, we have Liz Morrison, LCSW. Liz runs practice building workshops in NYC.

And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was too painful than the risk it took to blossom. ~ Anais Nin Learn More