FYLMIT–“How Therapy Saved My Life” with Noah Rubinstein, LMFT, LMHC Founder and CEO of GoodTherapy.org

Ernesto Segismundo Jr.

Hi my name is Ernesto Segismundo Jr. and I’m a licensed marriage and family therapist. Aside from my clinical practice, I’m also the creator of FYLMIT.com. At FYLMIT.com I create promotional videos for therapists in private practice.

Now I have my own video podcast called FYLMIT.com–Storytelling Through Video!

The purpose of these video podcast interviews is to showcase mental health professionals and those who work with them. I wanna tell their story through these videos! I don’t want you to just hear them, I want you to see them…literally!

Each professional I interviewed are hand picked for their ability to inspire, encourage and enhance the value of the mental health profession. These professionals are not only clinicians but they are business coaches, marketers, community organizers, professors and just all around good human-beings

Oh and I do have to say that video podcast is nothing new. However, I highly recommend that you don’t watch these videos while driving, walking, and running.  I don’t want you to get into an accident. So please find a nice quiet and safe place to watch these video.:-)

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Noah Rubinstein, LMFT, LMHC Founder and CEO of GoodTherapy.org

This video podcast features:

Noah Rubinstein, LMFT, LMHC   Founder and CEO founder of GoodTherapy.org

Noah is the founder of one of the largest and highly ranked on-line directory for mental health therapists.  Goodtherapy.org is a community of mental health professionals dedicated to reducing the harm in therapy.  He has dedicated most of his career providing a professional on-line community that supports providing quality, effective and fulling mental health services.

Noah is a respected individual in the mental health community.  He is passionate about his work and it was an honor for me to provide him with a platform to tell his story about how therapy saved his life.

In this video/podcast Noah talks about:

  • His story of family neglect and his journey to finding himself.
  • His approach and philosophy in counseling others.
  • He reveals the reason why he started GoodTherapy.org
  • His journey towards forgiveness and redemption.
  • His love and passion for community and people.

Check out the interview here!

Part 1


Part 2

FYLMIT–“How Therapy Saved My Life” with Noah Rubinstein, LMFT, LMHC Founder and CEO of GoodTherapy.org

FYLMIT–Understanding Meditation and Mindfulness with Jessica Improta

jessica1Ernesto Segismundo Jr.Hi my name is Ernesto Segismundo Jr. and I’m a licensed marriage and family therapist. Aside from my clinical practice, I’m also the creator of FYLMIT.com. At FYLMIT.com I create promotional videos for therapists in private practice.

Now I have my own video podcast called FYLMIT.com–Storytelling Through Video! Yeah, I thought that title was catchy too! Wooohoooo!!!!!😉

The purpose of these video podcast interviews is to showcase mental health professionals and those who work with them. I wanna tell their story through these video! I don’t want you to just hear them, I want you to see them…literally!

Each professional I interviewed are hand picked for their ability to inspire, encourage and enhance the value of the mental health profession. These professionals are not only clinicians but they are business coaches, marketers, community organizers, professors and just all around good human-beings.

Oh and I do have to say that video podcast is nothing new. However, I highly recommend that you don’t watch these videos while driving, walking, running or on your adventure catching Pokemons. I don’t want you to get into an accident. So please find a nice quiet and safe place to watch these videos.:-)

jessica1This video podcast features:

Jessica Improta LCSW
Founder, OM*Lab

Jessica is the founder of the OM*Lab.

Jessica is meditation mentor, licensed clinical social worker, coach and founder of OM*Lab. Jessica is passionate about helping stressed women find balance, peace and clarity through meditation and mindfulness.  She is a champion for meditation practices that help individuals focus attention, “while peeling back the layers of the noise.” She wants to connect people back to the purpose of meditation, which is to connect with one’s inner wisdom and spirit.

Jessica has graciously offered the FYLMIT.com community a free gift.  Check it out http://www.theomlab.com/ernesto!

In this video/podcast Jessica talks about:

  • Purpose of meditation practices.
  • Her personal connection and discovery of meditation.
  • Misunderstanding about meditation practices.
  • Simplicity of practicing mediation in every environment and in different situations.

Check out the interview here!


 

FYLMIT.com creates promotional video for therapists in private practice.  If you are interested in having your own promotional video please visit FYLMIT.com.  Let’s create your promotional video!

FYLMIT–Understanding Meditation and Mindfulness with Jessica Improta

FYLMIT “How to build a community around your website.” with Tamara Suttle LPC

Ernesto Segismundo Jr.Hi my name is Ernesto Segismundo Jr. and I’m a licensed marriage and family therapist. Aside from my clinical practice, I’m also the creator of FYLMIT.com. At FYLMIT.com I create promotional videos for therapists in private practice.

Now I have my own video podcast called FYLMIT.com–Storytelling Through Video! Yeah, I thought that title was catchy too! Wooohoooo!!!!!😉

The purpose of these video podcast interviews is to showcase mental health professionals and those who work with them. I wanna tell their story through these video! I don’t want you to just hear them, I want you to see them…literally!

Each professional I interviewed are hand picked for their ability to inspire, encourage and enhance the value of the mental health profession. These professionals are not only clinicians but they are business coaches, marketers, community organizers, professors and just all around good human-beings.

Oh and I do have to say that video podcast is nothing new. However, I highly recommend that you don’t watch these videos while driving, walking, running or on your adventure catching Pokemons. I don’t want you to get into an accident. So please find a nice quiet and safe place to watch these videos.:-)

TamaraThis video podcast features:

Tamara Suttle LPC

Private Practice Coach and Clinical

Tamara is a licensed professional counselor for both Texas and Colorado.  Her professional career extends 30 years in mental health.  She currently specialize in creating on-line and face-to-face mental health communities.  Her work is amazing!  She emphasize in relationship-based business practice.  She has helped hundreds of therapists build their practices and professional identity.  For more information about her or if you want to work with her please visit her website at www.tamarasuttle.com.

Tamara also graciously offered a free e-book for the FYLMIT.com community.  Check it out here: http://tamarasuttle.com/build-community

In this video podcast Tamara discuss:

  • What is an on-line community around your website?
  • Elements and characteristics of an on-line community.
  • How to nurture an online community?
  • The etiquette of an online community.
  • The importance of consistently engaging with the individuals in your on-line community.
  • Business to business relationship building.
  • How an online community will benefit your business brand and bring more traffic to your website.

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Video #2

FYLMIT.com creates promotional video for therapists in private practice.  If you are interested in having your own promotional video please visit FYLMIT.com.  Let’s create your promotional video!

FYLMIT “How to build a community around your website.” with Tamara Suttle LPC

FYLMIT-“Tell Stories That Connect and Write with Impact.” Marisa Goudy Writer and Storytelling Coach

Ernesto Segismundo Jr.Hi my name is Ernesto Segismundo Jr. and I’m a licensed marriage and family therapist. Aside from my clinical practice, I’m also the creator ofFYLMIT.com. At FYLMIT.com I create promotional videos for therapists in private practice.

Now I have my own video podcast called FYLMIT.com–Storytelling Through Video! Yeah, I thought that title was catchy too! Wooohoooo!!!!!😉

The purpose of these video podcast interviews is to showcase mental health professionals and those who work with them. I wanna tell their story through these video! I don’t want you to just hear them, I want you to see them…literally!

Each professional I interviewed are hand picked for their ability to inspire, encourage and enhance the value of the mental health profession. These professionals are not only clinicians but they are business coaches, marketers, community organizers, professors and just all around good human-beings.

Oh and I do have to say that video podcast is nothing new. However, I highly recommend that you don’t watch these videos while driving, walking, running or on your adventure catching Pokemons. I don’t want you to get into an accident. So please find a nice quiet and safe place to watch these videos.:-)

GoudyThis video podcast features:

Marisa Goudy

Writer and Storytelling Coach

Marisa Goudy is a writer and a storytelling coach.  She helps professionals tell their stories and help them discover their voice.  Marisa believes that stories are a powerful way to connect with your ideal client.  We can learn a lot from Marisa about how to “show up” in our written content (I.e. about page, blogs, other written content, etc).

In this video podcast Marisa will discuss:

  • The power of storytelling that connect with your ideal clients.
  • Finding your story and your voice in your writing.
  • How to find your story and communicate that onto your written content.
  • What therapists are afraid to tell stories and how to get past that fear.
  • How to get started in writing if you are stuck and don’t know what to write.
  • Practice, practice, practice is the key to powerful content writing and storytelling.

To learn more about Marisa Goudy and how she can help you with your writing and storytelling please visit her website at marisagoudy.com.

Join her Facebook community called, the Practice of Being Seen which she co-facilitate.

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FYLMIT.com creates promotional video for therapists in private practice.  If you are interested in having your own promotional video please visit FYLMIT.com.  Let’s create your promotional video!

FYLMIT-“Tell Stories That Connect and Write with Impact.” Marisa Goudy Writer and Storytelling Coach

FYLMIT–“A quick and dirty deep dive into Money Mindset and personal branding.” with Tiffany McLain, LMFT

Ernesto Segismundo Jr.
Ernesto Segismundo Jr. LMFT

Hi my name is Ernesto Segismundo Jr. and I’m a licensed marriage and family therapist. Aside from my clinical practice, I’m also the creator ofFYLMIT.com. At FYLMIT.com I create promotional videos for therapists in private practice.

Now I have my own video podcast called FYLMIT.com–Storytelling Through Video! Yeah, I thought that title was catchy too! Wooohoooo!!!!!😉

The purpose of these video podcast interviews is to showcase mental health professionals and those who work with them. I wanna tell their story through these video! I don’t want you to just hear them, I want you to see them…literally!

Each professional I interviewed are hand picked for their ability to inspire, encourage and enhance the value of the mental health profession. These professionals are not only clinicians but they are business coaches, marketers, community organizers, professors and just all around good human-beings.

Oh and I do have to say that video podcast is nothing new. However, I highly recommend that you don’t watch these videos while driving, walking, running or on your adventure catching Pokemons. I don’t want you to get into an accident. So please find a nice quiet and safe place to watch these videos. 🙂

Tiffany McLain LMFTThis video podcast features:

Tiffany McLain, LMFT

Marriage & Family Therapist

Tiffany is a therapist, consultant, business coach and personality brand.  She helps therapists in private practice develop an irresistible business brand.  She not only helps other therapists develop successful practices, but she also helps therapists discover their psychological blocks and shitty unproductive behaviors that prevents them from getting there.

Tiffany is bold!  You’ll get accountability, genuineness and a “get your shit together” approach to building your practice and brand.  She helps entrepreneurs find their passion and develop a courageous attitude when it comes to building a business.

Warning!!!!!  If you do not want to be inspired, DO NOT, watch this video podcast.

In this video podcast Tiffany talk about:

  • The driving force behind her personal brand
  • How she helps business owners discover their money trauma and story
  • The common blocks that business owners experience when developing a successful practice.
  • Her worldview that was influenced and inspired by her mother and father.
  • The importance of personal branding and how it helps your business.
  • Money shaming, money mindset, money relationship that therapist have based on their upbringing.

For more about Tiffany check out her website at:  www.heytiffany.com

The giving from Tiffany does not stop here!  She has offered us freebies!!!  Visit this link and receive the Top 3 Tools To Grow Your List!

Video Podcast part 1 of 2

Video Podcast part 2 of 2

FYLMIT.com creates promotional video for therapists in private practice.  If you are interested in having your own promotional video please visit FYLMIT.com.  Let’s create your promotional video!

FYLMIT–“A quick and dirty deep dive into Money Mindset and personal branding.” with Tiffany McLain, LMFT

FYLMIT–Thinking “Outside of the Box” Approach to Therapy WITH GUEST Brian Zirngible – MA, LMFT

Ernesto Segismundo Jr.
Ernesto Segismundo Jr. LMFT

Hi my name is Ernesto Segismundo Jr. and I’m a licensed marriage and family therapist. Aside from my clinical practice, I’m also the creator of FYLMIT.com. At FYLMIT.com I create promotional videos for therapists in private practice.

Now I have my own video podcast called FYLMIT.com–Storytelling Through Video! Yeah, I thought that title was catchy too! Wooohoooo!!!!!😉

The purpose of these video podcast interviews is to showcase mental health professionals and those who work with them. I wanna tell their story through these video! I don’t want you to just hear them, I want you to see them…literally!

Each professional I interviewed are hand picked for their ability to inspire, encourage and enhance the value of the mental health profession. These professionals are not only clinicians but they are business coaches, marketers, community organizers, professors and just all around good human-beings.

Oh and I do have to say that video podcast is nothing new. However, I highly recommend that you don’t watch these videos while driving, walking, running or on your adventure catching Pokemons. I don’t want you to get into an accident. So please find a nice quiet and safe place to watch these videos.:-)

Brian

This video podcast features:

Brian Zirngible – MA, LMFT
Marriage & Family Therapist

Brian has a solo private practice in Burnsville, Minnesota.  He specializes in working with couples, men, and teens.  What sparked my interest about Brian is his love for music and the arts.  Because Brian is a performer, musician, and a lover of art, his primary specialty is working with creative individuals.  He often connects with his clients using technology, social media, music, the arts and more.  He is a master at connecting with his client through these means.

In this video podcast, Brian will discuss:

  • How music plays a big part in his professional and personal development.
  • His experience working with creative individuals.
  • The importance of tapping into the creative persona of the therapist.
  • Thinking outside the box in therapy–using social media platforms like YouTube.
  • His love for music reflects his practice.

To know more about Brian, please visit his website at www.brianzirngible.com

Part 1 of 2 video podcast interview with Brian.

Part 2 of 2 video podcast interview with Brian.

FYLMIT.com creates promotional video for therapists in private practice.  If you are interested in having your own promotional video please visit FYLMIT.com.  Let’s create your promotional video!

FYLMIT–Thinking “Outside of the Box” Approach to Therapy WITH GUEST Brian Zirngible – MA, LMFT

FYLMIT–HIRING THE RIGHT BUSINESS COACH (THE INTROSPECTIVE APPROACH) WITH GUEST JOHN HARRISON LPCC

Ernesto Segismundo Jr.
Ernesto Segismundo Jr. LMFT

Hi my name is Ernesto Segismundo Jr. and I’m a licensed marriage and family therapist.  Aside from my clinical practice, I’m also the creator of FYLMIT.com.  At FYLMIT.com I create promotional videos for therapists in private practice.

Now I have my own video podcast called FYLMIT.com–Storytelling Through Video!  Yeah, I thought that title was catchy too!  Wooohoooo!!!!!😉

The purpose of these video podcast interviews is to showcase mental health professionals and those who work with them.  I wanna tell their story through these video!  I don’t want you to just hear them, I want you to see them…literally!

Each professional I interviewed are hand picked for their ability to inspire, encourage and enhance the value of the mental health profession. These professionals are not only clinicians but they are business coaches, marketers, community organizers, professors and just all around good human-beings.

Oh and I do have to say that video podcast is nothing new.  However, I highly recommend that you don’t watch these videos while driving, walking, running or on your adventure catching Pokemons.  I don’t want you to get into an accident.  So please find a nice quiet and safe place to watch these videos.:-)

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This video podcast features:

John Harrisson LPCC

Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor

John is an intuitive coach, counselor and healer.   His clinical practice focuses on helping couples rekindle and develop emotional intimacy.  He also specialized in working with men who experience difficulty connecting with their partner emotionally.

With his passion and love for personal and professional growth, John created a video podcast show called the True Calling Project.  His show focuses on interviewing other healers who have discovered their true calling personally and professionally.

It is worth mentioning that John has served our county as an army captain and toured Iraq in 2004-2005.  Thank you for your service John!

In this video podcast John will discuss:

  • The driving force behind his video podcast “The True Calling Project.”
  • The importance of “the why” we do the things we do in the context of business and professional development.
  • What is an ideal business coach?
  • HIRING THE RIGHT BUSINESS COACH (THE INTROSPECTIVE APPROACH)
  • The value of personal growth first and professional success second when working with a business coach.
  • Working with a coach who will help you discover your strengths and not turn you into a carbon copy of them.  Yikes!
  • Caution about the “shiny objects” that some coaches promise or offer. #kickintheass
  •  The importance of personal empowerment and educating yourself about the reputation of the coaches and consultants.  Do your research about the coach/consultant and interview those who worked with them in the past.  Don’t rely on their social media identity.
  • A good coach is going to “raise the flag” when you feel like your practice is not where you expect it to be.
  • A good coach will support you through the downs and celebrate with you when you succeed.
  • The role of a coach in your professional development (i.e. they work for you).

 

For more information about John, please visit his website at www.johnharrisoncounseling.com

Part 1 of 2 video podcast with John Harrison

Part 2 of 2 video podcast with John Harrison

FYLMIT.com creates promotional video for therapists in private practice.  If you are interested in having your own promotional video please visit FYLMIT.com.  Let’s create your promotional video!

 

FYLMIT–HIRING THE RIGHT BUSINESS COACH (THE INTROSPECTIVE APPROACH) WITH GUEST JOHN HARRISON LPCC

FYLMIT-A Note to Pre-licensed Therapists with Guest Nam

Ernesto Segismundo Jr.Hi my name is Ernesto Segismundo Jr. and I’m a licensed marriage and family therapist.  Aside from my clinical practice, I’m also the creator of FYLMIT.com.  At FYLMIT.com I create promotional videos for therapists in private practice.

Now I have my own video podcast called FYLMIT.com–Storytelling Through Video!  Yeah, I thought that title was catchy too!  Wooohoooo!!!!! 😉

The purpose of these video podcast interviews is to showcase mental health professionals and those who work with them.  I wanna tell their story through these video!  I don’t want you to just hear them, I want you to see them…literally!

Each professional I interviewed are hand picked for their ability to inspire, encourage and enhance the value of the mental health profession. These professionals are not only clinicians but they are business coaches, marketers, community organizers, professors and just all around good human-beings.

Oh and I do have to say that video podcast is nothing new.  However, I highly recommend that you don’t watch these videos while driving, walking, running or on your adventure catching Pokemons.  I don’t want you to get into an accident.  So please find a nice quiet and safe place to watch these videos. 🙂

NamThis video podcast features:

Namrata (Nam) Rindani-Mcmahill, M.A.

Marriage and Family Therapy Registered Intern, IMF 68753

Nam is a pre-licensed marriage and family therapist from San Diego, CA.  She is currently working in a private practice setting.  She is also an administrator of a very successful closed Facebook group for mental health professionals called Therapist in Private Practice (i.e. TIPP).

In this 2 part video-podcast you will learn about:

  • Nam’s challenges and triumphs being a pre-licensed therapist for 6 years.
  • Nam discussed her journey as a pre-licensed therapist and discovering her character and self through the process.
  • Nam discussed the type of mindset you’ll need to withstand the challenges of maintaining and achieving a healthy private practice.
  • To have a thriving private practice you need to have a particular mind-set of courage.
  • Her discovery that what was going on in her practice was a direct reflection of what was going on internally (attitude, fear, and view of the licensure status).
  • Getting rid of the “less-than” attitude and mind-set that many pre-licensed therapists have.
  • How to reframes the pre-licensed process as a time of personal growth, discovery and character building.
  • Nam talks about 5 things you need to figure out early in your career as a pre-licensed therapists.

To know more about Nam please visit her website at www.soulnarratives.com

Part 1 of 2 Video podcast interview with Nam.

Part 2 or 2 Video podcast interview with Nam.

FYLMIT.com creates promotional video for therapists in private practice.  If you are interested in having your own promotional video please visit FYLMIT.com.  Let’s create your promotional video!

 

FYLMIT-A Note to Pre-licensed Therapists with Guest Nam

Grow your practice with videos

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I have used videos in many ways to grow and attract an audience. When I started using videos early in my private practice, I used it to gain clients by providing visitors to my website, a video ‘’’snapshot” of who I was as a person. The goal of the videos embedded in my website were to visually engage visitors while developing a virtual connection with them. And it worked! Those who scheduled a first time appointments commented about my video. They liked the film location, my professional presentation, and the overall feel of the video.

I first learned the value of video marketing when I attended a conference for real-estate agents and other business owners. The presenters preached the power of video marketing and how the next generation of consumers will rely on short videos and social media to influence how they spend their money. And O…M…G, the presenters were absolutely correct; and research backs up their claim! In fact, when I started my private practice months later, I released several poorly edited videos about parenting, counseling and “creating emotional safety with teens.” With those videos, my practice went from 10 clients a week to 28 in two months.

From that moment on, I became an advocate for clinicians in private practice who utilize videos to reach potential clients. Please see video→

Primary social media platform

YouTube is my primary social media platform. Other social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, are means to guide people to my website. My website is where I attempt to convert visitors to clients with engaging videos and relevant content.

Unfortunately, many mental health professionals are still reluctant to utilize videos and YouTube as part of their marketing.   Many mental health professionals are concerned about compromising client confidentiality and engaging with clients outside the therapeutic setting. Clinicians are often fearful that their current or potential clients will engage with them via social media–this is certainly a valid concern! I was concerned about this as well.

There is nothing private about social media. Do not be fooled into thinking that the privacy settings on your Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube etc., will ensure privacy–sorry it just doesn’t! Being slightly paranoid in this aspect can actually be beneficial for clinicians because it forces them to be mindful of what is appropriate and inappropriate to post and share on social media. In fact, you should have a social media policy and process it with your clients (Crap! That reminds me that I have to upload my policy on my website).

I highly recommend that if you have a YouTube video, uncheck the “allow comments” section.

Video Marketing for Therapists

You can find this section in edit mode of your video, under advanced setting.

In addition, when you are posting content on social media, you must ask yourself– is this going to cause harm or compromise the confidentiality of my clients? We are responsible for what we post on social media. We have to consider the possible consequences as it relates to our clinical work. When in doubt, consult with a few trusted colleagues or your regulatory board.

How I built up my caseload with videos on social media

I want to be clear that I’ve never gotten direct therapy clients from my Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, etc. However, through social media, I’ve developed relationships with organizations and groups who became my referral sources. The beauty and usefulness of social media is not that you can post a picture of your lunch or share your political and religious opinions, or even show off a stunning selfie. Instead, I believe, social media provides us the opportunity to build virtual relationships. These virtual relationships can lead to actual partnerships, business opportunities, networks, professional collaboration and support systems.

The only way I got clients from social media was when organizations, colleagues and referral sources who I have a relationship with, posted my videos (i.e. parenting, communication and family related topics) on their social media platform. For example, I developed a relationship with a Christian church close to my office. This church has their own Facebook and Twitter with about 1000 followers and “friends.” After developing a relationship with that church, they consistently posted my videos on their social media platforms. If I needed promotion about a workshop relevant for their community, they posted it on their Facebook and Twitter and encouraged their followers to “check out my website”—that’s how I got clients from social media.

I was also strategic about how I share my content. I embedded my videos in my email signature. I created a picture with a play button just under my signature and linked my YouTube video to that picture. When people received emails from me, they have the option to view a video about my practice.

Having a YouTube video that can be easily emailed, texted, tweeted and posted from your phone, computer and tablet is much more convenient than giving out multiple business cards—besides, not everyone will have their business cards on hand, but almost everyone will most certainly have their cellphones with them! And I would like to add that every smartphone and iPhone has the YouTube app. My past and current clients have shared my videos when they referred others to me. I often get callers who tell me, “…your former client….forwarded your video to me.”

These are some of the ways that I share my videos to gain clients. There are other creative ways (I will be writing about those in later blogs). For now, please visit my website, FYLMIT.com, to know more about video and social media marketing for therapists. Thank you and I look forward to hearing from you.

Grow your practice with videos

WHY THERAPISTS WEBSITES AREN’T RANKING IN GOOGLE? Interview with Becky DeGrossa of Counseling Wise

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Ernesto Segismundo Jr. LMFT is a licensed marriage and family therapist for the state of California. Ernesto is a professor, clinical supervisor and videographer. He created FYLMIT.com, a videography business that specifically create promotional videos for mental health professionals in private practice.

In this day and age it is essential for therapists to rank their website in Google.  What is ranking?  Ranking is the positioning of websites in search engines such as Google.  A website ranking consistently on the first page of Google, is a website that contain strong content, authority, activity and relevancy.  Ranking your website high on Google (i.e. the first page) means more exposure to your business– dramatically increasing traffic to your website.  For me as a consumer, when I look for products, service or information, I don’t go beyond the second page of Google.

If you have not noticed yet, there is a whole new generation of consumers who rely on finding their next therapist on-line.  Thus, it’s crucial that your business website rank high on the first page of Google.  Weak ranking on Google results in farther positioning from the first page of Google.  The farther you are from the first page of Google, potential clients will not find you–and we know what happens to your business after that!  #fail #doomed

My interview with Becky DeGrossa was an eye-opener for me.  I’ve worked hard to get FYLMIT.com and my private practice California Altura Vista to the first page in Google.  I didn’t have anyone helping me and if I hired a consultant like Becky, I would have been spared the headache of ranking my websites.

Becky lays out what to do in order to rank your website on the first page of Google.  These steps and tips are so simple and easy to implement.  Her passion and drive is evident in the interview–you can tell she really want therapists to educate themselves to make sure that their business flourish by ranking on Google.

To know more about Becky and Counseling Wise please visit her website at www.counselingwise.com.

See the video below to watch my full interview with Becky.

WHY THERAPISTS WEBSITES AREN’T RANKING IN GOOGLE? Interview with Becky DeGrossa of Counseling Wise