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Six Things to Post as a Mental Health Provider | Pleasant Media

As a mental health professional, you are likely always looking for new and innovative ideas to share with your audience to make a positive impact. Here are six ideas to get you started that will help establish trust and authority as well as engage your following. Each of these topics can be explored in moreContinue reading “Six Things to Post as a Mental Health Provider | Pleasant Media”

The Secrets to Branding your Mental Health Practice | Pleasant Media

Mental health professionals put a lot of time and effort into their work, but what about the marketing aspect? It’s important to brand your mental health practice in order to reach potential clients. In this blog post, I will be sharing some secrets to successful branding for your mental health practice. Read more below! WhatContinue reading “The Secrets to Branding your Mental Health Practice | Pleasant Media”

Five Different Ways to Market a Mental Health Practice | Pleasant Media

Mental health professionals often find themselves looking for inventive and effective ways to market their practice. The field is highly competitive, and it can be difficult to set oneself apart from the pack. In this post, we’ll discuss five different strategies that you can use to market your mental health practice. Read on to learnContinue reading “Five Different Ways to Market a Mental Health Practice | Pleasant Media”

Marketing for Mental Health Providers and Coaches – My New Focus | Pleasant Media

I wanted to take some time to chat about some upcoming changes with you. It starts with a little of my story….  It’s time to get real honest and open with you all. I have struggled with mental illness since early in my life. I have been diagnosed with anxiety, depression, and PTSD. A lotContinue reading “Marketing for Mental Health Providers and Coaches – My New Focus | Pleasant Media”

The Girl Who Became a Boss

Ever feel lost? Like you’re stuck in mud and your tires are just not gaining traction. Goodness, we all know what that feels like and if you say you don’t, you’re either lying or you’re extremely privileged. I want to go back in time a bit. The year was 2003. I was 17. I hadContinue reading “The Girl Who Became a Boss”