Lion sleeps tonight because mental health websites (templates) lack anything interesting


The Predicament


Are you happy with your website?

On a scale of 1-10, how well does your website reflect who you are as a therapist?   

Does your website communicate your skill and your compassion?

A good website should:

COMMUNICATE who you are as a therapist

CONVEY your specialties and your skills

REASSURE those searching for care that you are safe and you can help

GIVE  potential clients the information they need to decide whether you are the right therapist for them

AND, it should be EASY TO READ

You're not a template therapist.  Your clients aren't template clients.  

Template websites and one-size-fits-all approaches aren't the way to introduce yourself to potential clients.

What I do

You're  a good therapist.   

You've studied and developed your skills.

You're unique and talented at what you do.  

Potential clients need to know that. 


I work with you to make these aspects shine:  

   in your website                   

   social media                       


   writings (blogs, ebooks, promotions)


The clients that call you will have an idea about who you are

and they will have confidence that you have the expertise to help them