Media & Brand Assets
In The Media
See a select list of interviews, podcasts, articles, guest posts, and other media in which I've appeared on the In The Media page.
Available For Speaking
For 2022, I am available for live interviews, panel discussions, or topic driven Q&A sessions for free.
For trainings, workshops, or other sorts of speaking engagements, please email me [email protected] for my rates.
My style is direct, intelligent, but also heart-centered. I derive joy out of sharing what I know and particularly the opportunity to be helpful in-the-moment to live participants.
WRITING YOUR THERAPIST WEBSITE
- Self-Disclosure - What's The Right Amount To Share About Yourself In Your Marketing?
- Psychobabble: Recognizing It And Translating It to Real People Language
- Top 4 Mistakes On Therapist Website About Pages And What To Include Instead
- How To Get Completely Ethical Testimonials & Social Proof On A Therapist Website
- How to Show You're an Expert On Your Website (& Not Just Say That You Are One)
- Are You Addressing Concerns That Hold People Back From Getting Your Help? The Importance Of Doing So On Your Website
THERAPIST WEBSITE DESIGN & STRATEGY
- How To Choose The Best Website Platform For You
- Finding Images That Flow Together And Make Your Website Look Consistent
- Why No One Is Visiting Your Website And What To Do To Fix It
BEGINNER THERAPIST MARKETING TOPICS
- The Top Ways Most Therapists Get Clients
- Stop Being So Scattered: The Simple Way To Prioritize Your Marketing Ideas
- The Easiest First Steps To Take When You Start Networking
ADVANCED THERAPIST MARKETING TOPICS
- How To Build A Massive Audience On Social Media
- Scaling Private Practice Marketing: How To Identify What Will Make A High Impact With Low Effort
- How To Hire Help With Your Marketing - Step-By-Step
- What's Been Working For Me Over The Past Two Years Of Online EMDR Sessions
- Things I Wish Therapists Knew About Gender Non Binary Clients
- Exactly How I Found My Therapist. Insights From A Client Who's Also A Marketing Expert
Therapists helped Kat heal from childhood sexual abuse, so now they specialize in helping therapists with their websites and marketing.
Many therapists are confident in their clinical skills but struggle to fill their practices. If you’re not sure of what to do to get clients, if you’re stuck in the fear of coming across as ‘salesy’, or if you’re having trouble creating an effective online presence, Kat is the expert that can help.
Kat is focused on helping you find the words, build the website, and implement the marketing strategies you need to get more clients, more referrals, and start making an impact.
With Empathycopy, Kat has created tools that can help you write your website in an afternoon.
And with one-on-one marketing consultancy, Kat offers support to help you create a meaningful practice and life you love.
For Kat, the most rewarding thing about helping therapists is making a difference in the life of the therapist and also in the lives of those the therapist was able to help.
As a website and private practice marketing expert, Kat has appeared on The Rebel Therapist podcast, The Digitally Overwhelmed podcast, Selling The Couch podcast, PsychCentral Pro, Thriving Therapy Practice podcast, the Australia Counselling Directory, Private Practice Startup podcast, and more.
Kat also publishes regularly on their popular blogs where they share insights to help therapists have incredibly authentic, aligned, and effective marketing.
Therapists helped Kat heal from childhood sexual abuse, so now they specialize in helping therapists with their marketing. From helping you find the words to write to implementing the marketing strategies you need, Kat helps therapists get more clients, more referrals, and start making an impact. Check out Kat’s services that help with copywriting for therapists and marketing and business coaching for therapists.
My pronouns are they/them. Example use demonstrated in some fun facts about me:
- Kat has over 15 years of website experience. They started out by creating websites for their own businesses.
- Kat is over 6 feet tall. Their nickname in high school was "stilts."
- Kat grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area but now lives in Greece for most of the year. They also went to undergraduate in Missouri and lived in NYC.
- Kat loves summertime! Their favorite Greek summer activity is swimming.
- Kat is an introvert but that doesn't mean you can't meet up with them, they still love public speaking and attending events. I hope you get to meet them someday.