In this bonus episode of The Private Practice Elevation Podcast, we discuss some exciting news – we’ve got a new website design package specifically designed for therapists just starting out in their online marketing journey.

The goal of Private Practice Elevation is to help you elevate your online presence, no matter what level your private practice is currently in.

But what if you find yourself at those lower elevations, where you’re looking to establish your business online and create some momentum?

You need a foundation – a place where potential clients can find you and where you can send your referral sources as you build those relationships.

In an attempt to save some money, most people turn to DIY platforms like Wix and Squarespace to get their business online. While that can be a great starting place to generate some clients, it often comes with a cost…

Those DIY websites look, well, DIY.

This could mean missed opportunities plus time and money wasted as you try and learn website design yourself.

You need a great website that won’t be a distraction as you build and grow your business.

That’s why we’ve created a new website package – The Website Basecamp Package.

To help therapists on a budget create a website that can be a foundation for their online marketing and get the ongoing website support they need for growth.

Listen up to learn more about why we created this package, what’s included, and how it works.

In this Episode You’ll Learn:

  • The trouble with DIY therapist websites and I don’t recommend that route
  • Why we created this new website design package
  • How the process works
  • The importance of website care and support
  • What’s included in the Website Basecamp Package

Join The Website Basecamp Package Waitlist

Be one of the first to know when we’re accepting applications for our newest website package. We’ll be limiting this package to only a few projects so we can work closely with our clients through this new process.

Join the waitlist here >>

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