Whether you’re in love with your website or feel like a complete mess with your website, if you’re not getting the clients you want, it’s time to reassess.

I provide budget-friendly, specific feedback TO get YOU more clients from YOUR website.

You spent countless hours building your website, trying to figure out both the design side of things but also what to write so that clients will pick you amidst the sea of other therapists. But at this point, you’re wondering if maybe your website isn’t converting visitors into clients as much as it should be.

Have your previous attempts at getting feedback on your website just been you sharing it with colleagues, friends, and family? Let me guess, the responses looked something like... “It looks great! So proud of you!” Well that’s certainly a nice self-esteem boost, but is it helpful? Ehhh, not so much. That’s what happens when you get free help from people that like you -- positive vibes but no action steps.


It’s easy to feel stuck, not knowing how to improve your site... and then asking yourself the dreaded question of, “Oh noooo, do I have to cave and finally spend thousands of dollars (that I don’t have) on a web designer who actually knows what they’re doing? Is that the only way I’ll finally get the clients I want?” Well, not necessarily.

So who am I? And why should you pay me to help you?

I’m a therapist, just like you. And I’ve been DIYing the shit out of my practice since 2014 and learned lots of stuff along the way. Stuff that seems to have made me successful and a person other therapists have reached out to for help with lots of business stuff, be it consultation, organizational help, dealing with imposter syndrome, finding their niche, and improving their website.

Also, I’m an introvert. And… shhhh, don’t repeat this, but… I’m kinda lazy when it comes to getting clients! That means I’m not the type who’s going to keep up with blogging and advertising and networking and having a social media presence. I can barely institute a consistent bedtime for myself, much less do annnny of that other stuff consistently! Which means I need a website that does the heavy lifting for me.

And I want to help you do the same.

So here’s a list of the things I don’t do to get clients

  • take insurance

  • blogging

  • social media posts

  • adwords (or any paid advertising)

  • use any top secret SEO or coding skills

And here’s a list of the things I actually do to get clients

  • manage my own basic, DIY website on Squarespace

  • write compelling things on my website to ensure I’m speaking to my ideal client (ie: good copywriting)

  • pay attention to small design details

  • Provide the best therapy I can