Monthly Archives: February 2017

Four words that can make you thousands every year – a marketing essential

As we are excited to announce the dates of Paul Wright’s highly-anticipated UK events – the Business Freedom Blueprint and the Health Business Mastermind events in London and Manchester – we thought we would share a guest blog from Paul … Continue reading

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Claiming expenses against tax

This guest blog comes from our accountant and resident tax expert, Michael Bennett, following an enquiry from a Private Practice Hub member about claiming expenses against tax. Michael has also provided two supporting excel templates, expenditure and income forms, which … Continue reading

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Osteopathy: New ASA guidelines for marketing claims

ASA (Advertising Standards Authority), the UK’s independent regulator for advertising across media, have released a new review and guidance for osteopaths in relation to marketing claims for pregnant women, children and babies. The new guidance has been put together with … Continue reading

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Google My Business – what and why?

If you run a healthcare practice and you want to get more income from new clients, please take a few moments to read this article by Bob Bond at WriteUpp. It’s non-technical, straightforward and won’t cost you a penny, but … Continue reading

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Using email marketing to promote your practice

Of course, being a therapist or coach, your clinical ability is a given. But having professional competence isn’t always enough to sustain a viable private practice. In this guest blog, Bob Bond at WriteUpp looks at how you could use … Continue reading

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It’s time to get budgeting

Does the word budgeting fill you with dread? Many of us set out with good intentions of budgeting, but running a private practice means you’re always busy doing something important – whether that’s seeing clients, acquiring new clients or anything … Continue reading

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How a podiatry clinic used Clinic Answer to improve time management

With issues such as missed calls, spending time calling back new clients who had left messages earlier in the day or, even worse, the day before as well as being interrupted by the phone ringing during treatments, this case study … Continue reading

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Do you need a DBS check?

Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is a UK Government department of health which owns the safeguarding policy for vulnerable groups. DBS (formerly known as CRB) is a criminal records check to prevent unsuitable people from working with children, the elderly … Continue reading

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Why income protection is vital for the self-employed

Could you live on £5,213 per year? That’s the maximum in employment and support allowance (ESA) a self-employed person aged 25+ will receive if accident or sickness stops them working for a year. For most people, that would be a … Continue reading

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Solution Focused Brief Therapy

Trainerpathways are holding an introduction to SFBT event on Friday 24th February in London. It’s promising to be an insightful evening, tailored especially to professionals working in a counselling environment. SFBT, or Solution Focused Brief Therapy, is an exciting therapeutic … Continue reading

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