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How to Build a Therapy Client Base

You’ve officially decided to go into private practice. You’ve picked out your office space, found the perfect EHR system, and are finally ready to start seeing patients. But there’s only one problem: you have no clients yet. Many therapists struggle to build a solid client base as they transition into private practice–not because they aren’t good therapists (we know that you are), but because they don’t have the strategies they need to distinguish their practice from the many others out there.

In this day and age, being a good therapist is only part of the formula for attracting new clients to your private practice. Building a client base requires a mix of marketing, management, and tried and true persistence. Our TheraNest Blog is here to provide you with all the tools and strategies you need to build a client list that sustains your practice and allows you to continue doing what you love.

In this section of our blog, you will find all the information you need to know on how you can effectively build a client base from the ground up. From learning the importance of having a website (and how to create one) to using Facebook to grow your reach to understanding the importance of building a referral network, we’re here to help you acquire and retain clients.

Getting clients is hard, but it doesn’t have to be. We’ve compiled a whole section on the best practices you should be utilizing to make sure you’re getting potential clients to walk through your door (or click on your website). Check out the posts below to learn how you can build a robust client base to ensure that your private practice thrives.

Marketing Automation for Private Practice: A Hands-Off Approach

Posted: March 12, 2018 | TheraNest Team

The Private Practice’s Guide to Marketing Automation Marketing automation allows you to do everything from engaging prospective clients on the need for mental health services to reminding current clients of upcoming appointments. There’s a misperception that marketing automation is only

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