Faith in Counseling FAQ

Faith and Counseling FAQ

Today we have a guest post from one of our RightFit members, Austin Hunter! He answers really important questions about faith and counseling! Go check him out on the RightFit directory or at his website here.  Let’s be honest, psychology and faith have been two topics that have not, historically, gotten along very well. Many… Read More

SEO For Therapists: How To Write Meta Descriptions

Meta Descriptions for Therapists

By Jade Pruett, SEO Strategist at Mind Over Marketing, an agency specializing in marketing for therapists. Last week, we talked about how to write the “perfect” page titles for your website’s SEO. And no page title is complete without a great meta description to go with it. That is why today we will learn exactly… Read More

The 7 Therapist Archetypes

One of the most important predictors of therapy success is something called the “therapeutic alliance,” or, simply put, the relationship between therapist and client. You want to find a therapist who can talk with you about your concerns and guide you through your progress in a way that makes sense and feels right for you…. Read More

Holding Space with Someone with Shared Lived Experiences – Why it’s so Powerful

Holding Space With Someone Who Has Shared Lived Experiences

Today we have a guest post from RightFit member Crystal Hardy, an associate level professional counselor. Crystal examines the power of connecting with people who just get you. Have you ever talked with someone and thought to yourself with a sigh of relief, “Yeeessss, you get it!” If so, you had a taste of what… Read More

Building a More Personal Therapist Profile

profile of person with tree

RightFit was borne out of frustration with the traditional method of finding a therapist–searching through sparse profiles on overwhelming directories and picking a therapist mostly at random with no inkling if the therapist’s style and the client’s needs would match. This throw-a-dart-and-see-where-it-lands method is frustratingly inefficient for therapists trying to build long-term clientele, and multiple… Read More

How To Reach Out to a Therapist Effectively

Questions to Ask Therapist

Have you found yourself in this situation: you’ve decided to visit a therapist and found a couple you’d like to reach out to, but once you sit down to contact them, you have no idea what to say? What are the right therapist questions anyway? We’re here to help you learn how to reach out… Read More

Finances in Private Practice

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Starting a private therapy practice can easily be overwhelming. Talking about finances in private practice leaves many therapists wanting to bury their head in the sand. Most therapists didn’t go to business school and want to spend their time just doing therapy. But, at the end of the day, our practices are businesses and they… Read More

What is Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI)?

parenting therapy

Today we have a guest post from one of our earliest therapist members of RightFit, Robbi Anne Strauss. Here she talks about TBRI and how she uses it in her own practice. It’s a great read and we’re excited to have Robbi Anne share! Thank you Robbi Anne!   TBRI Overview; Why I Love What… Read More

The Value of Commitment (Signing a Contract!) to Therapy

dialectical behavioral therapy (dbt)

Today’s post is from a therapist member of the RightFit community. She explains what Adherent DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy) is and how it works. Thank you Shaina! Go check out her website and her profile on the RightFit directory (when we launch)! First, you may be asking what is Adherent DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy)? Adherent… Read More

Managing Screen Time in a Screen Dependent World

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Being able to move our lives online has been a blessing while we’ve had to deal with a global pandemic. Friends and family are only a click away and many jobs were able to continue thanks to virtual options. But the downside is many of us have become glued to our phones and computers even… Read More