I began my journey as a therapist over a decade ago and realized that I enjoyed the business side of things as much as the therapy side. I built a group practice of Marriage and Family Therapists in NYC, (Midtown Marriage and Family Therapy), and I developed a flair for online marketing and website building.
Just as the therapist part of me deeply enjoys journeying with clients through healing and transformation, I have found equal fulfillment helping therapists on their journey of becoming a business owner. A large part of that, especially in the information age in which we live, is the piece most therapists need – a website! My artist part discovered how to put it all together.
While therapy is an art, I’ve awakened the artist within through web development and the creation of advertising/marketing materials. I get immense fulfillment out of helping entrepreneurs like myself create an online presence, support and resource their business, and show their professional side to the world.
I’m a therapist too, so I KNOW your business! I have LIVED what you are living, and have probably felt all the same fears, pressures, and trepidations. I know how to coherently bring your therapist voice to life online and I know how to maintain professionalism and ethics. I can help you structure your work in a clear way that clients will connect with and I can create/ design a look and feel which represents your authenticity and presence as a therapist.
We co-create your website – it’s an ORGANIC PROCESS: When you hire an IT person to design your website, what typically happens is that you need to create all of your content ahead of time, and deliver it to your designer in one coherent package. Your designer will then build your website, and usually offers one round of editing after that. This just doesn’t work for therapists!
I understand how difficult it is to structure and define your ‘craft’ and deliver it onscreen in a digestible way. Also…most of my clients don’t really know what they want to feature when we start our project. Our process looks something like this: