As a private practice owner, your therapist website should be one of the top sources of new patients and clients for your practice. If it’s not, learn how to improve your counseling website following the 10 examples shown in this post.
But, first, quickly: what makes a great therapist website?
When putting together this list of great counseling website examples, there were a few things I looked at:
How does it look? As a web designer, obviously this is the first thing that I look at. How are they using their color palette, does the layout make sense, are the photos welcoming, and so on. I’ll be pointing out some of these factors in the examples below.
How does it work? I’m a huge advocate for form over function, even as a designer. Design is not the ONLY goal. How fast is the website? Is the text on the site legible? Do all of the links and buttons actually WORK on the site? Functionality is key to convert website visitors into clients.
Does it make sense? Unfortunately, a lot of counselor websites are too vague in their copy and what they do. To capture the potential client’s attention, we need the site to be engaging and clear. This usually comes down to clear messaging and copy, but layout is also a factor.
10 examples of great therapy websites
This list is in NO particular order! Some of these are clients of mine, so if you’re interested in getting your own therapy website built, I’d love todesign a website for you!
Valentina Setteducate, Marriage and Family Therapist
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