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Can Your Practice Be Found Online? TMH Insitute Partners with TherapySites

Do you know 96% of clients search online for mental health professionals? Today, there are over 2.4 billion Internet users worldwide and with the skyrocketing demand for smartphone and tablets, the Internet is in the palms of 1.1 billion smartphone subscribers. The fact is, if you can’t be found on the web, then you most likely will be hard to find.

Getting a website is the first step to being found online, but it doesn’t end there. With over 634 billion websites worldwide, having your site search engine optimized is crucial. I’m sure you have heard of this concept before and have wondered about the underlying importance of search engine optimization (SEO). SEO is the heart of your website, it refers to the process of improving volume and traffic to your website.

You can do this in a variety of ways; networking your website through directory listings, creating effective title tags on all pages, and by updating your content regularly. Everything you do to network your website will drive more traffic to your website and give you a higher search engine ranking, helping your practice be found by potential clients.

TMH Insitute Partners

As you can see, having a website is essential for mental health professionals to grow their client-base. TeleMental Health Institute has a great partnership with TherapySites to bring you easy, affordable and effective website. Plus, TeleMental Health Institute has negotiated a special deal for you to receive your First Month Free. Get your website now by going to www.TherapySites.com

Enter Promo Code: TMHI for One Month Free.

Courtesy of Sara Sims from Therapysites

The TeleMental Health Institute has an affiliate arrangement with TherapySites and receives a royalty for purchases made after linking to the TherapySites via the TeleMental Health Institute.

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Poonam Sharma, Ph.D.

Dr. Sharma is a licensed psychologist in private practice in San Antonio Texas. She earned her Ph.D. in counseling psychology from The University of Texas at Austin in 1994. In her clinical practice, she provides psychotherapy for adults and specialize in working with people dealing with health issues, such as infertility, traumatic injury, and stress. She is the author of Strong Women, Strong Love: The Missing Manual for the Modern Marriage (StrongWomenStrongLove.com). Her coaching work focuses on helping professional women wanting to learn how to build a great marriage, despite the challenges of modern society. She loves making the tools and knowledge of her field highly accessible to anyone who is hoping to better their life in any way.


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