Monthly Archives: February 2013

Storing data in the cloud…yes or no for therapists?

We’re often asked whether therapists should use cloud storage services such as Google Drive or Dropbox.   Now – if you haven’t a clue what we’re talking about, don’t worry. The cloud is relatively new, but has transformed computing. Essentially, … Continue reading

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Should therapists tweet?

We’re often asked whether Twitter, and social media in general, is a good idea for therapists. After all, they need to be careful about their reputation. They have to consider issues of client confidentiality, and risk. Despite all that, our … Continue reading

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Are the words on your website a waste of time?

So – you’ve got a website for your private practice. It looks lovely. But does it do its job? Does it encourage potential clients to contact you? It all depends on the quality of the text. No matter how well-designed … Continue reading

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Directory listings and advertising – what works for you?

It’s time for our first Question of the Month. Last week, we asked you to submit your burning questions, and we’ve picked one that we think will be of interest to every private practitioner. The question came from Caroline Timms … Continue reading

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