Marketing Web Conferences for Members

Man giving a presentation during a web conferenceAre you a therapist looking for effective and ethical ways to market your therapy practice to people seeking help? Look no further than! has an ever-expanding offering of marketing web conferences for mental health professionals. These informative events are designed to support therapists in developing marketing skills and growing their private practice. Better yet, all of our marketing web conferences are available at no additional cost to therapist members.

We are excited to announce the upcoming marketing web conference, Ethical Ways to Market Your Practice, presented by Pauline Wallin, PhD on Monday, March 24, 2014 at 9 a.m. Pacific (noon Eastern). Dr. Wallin is an award-winning, experienced private practice marketing expert who has been featured in local and national media outlets. She has been teaching therapists how to use the Internet for research and ethical marketing for over 17 years. In this event, Dr. Wallin will detail the importance of marketing your private practice and explain how it benefits you as well as the general public. Join us as we learn three basic channels therapists can use to increase visibility and gain more clients, while also exploring the importance of ethics in private practice marketing. For more information and to register, click here.

Recordings of past marketing web conferences are available to members in the Member’s Area. We have a variety of marketing events to choose from, such as:

Please note that’s marketing web conferences may or may not be available with continuing education approval or CE credits. Please review the event description provided for each web conference to determine if CE credits are offered. You can find details about all of’s recorded or upcoming live marketing events here.

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  • selena


    March 22nd, 2014 at 1:54 PM

    Great idea for any therapist! There has to be all of these ethical questions when it comes to marketing, where to draw the line, so I am sure that there are lots of happy people who are glad you are helping them with these questions.

  • Liza


    March 26th, 2014 at 4:37 PM

    I want to let my bosses look at some of these- we are not necessarily in the mental health field but we are in a private medical practice and I think that sometimes the doctors do struggle with how much we should market and how much they should do without sounding like they are begging for patients. You don’t want to have to stand out by the road with a sandwich board advertising services but at the same time business is business and everyone needs patients to keep the business growing!

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