Build A Simple Therapy Business Website

Onepager customer, Bc. Kateřina Jirková details her credentials and experiences for her therapy business website. The focus of her practice is on individuals and couples. These are some tips on how to create a therapy website for your business.

Bc. Kateřina Jirková Psychotherapy - Brand

Create a business around your personal brand.

There are many things to consider for independent therapist websites. Work experience, credentials and licenses are all essential to build trust. Use your Onepager website to communicate these aspects of your work history to your potential clients.

Bc. Kateřina Jirková gathered her personal references from past and current clients to demonstrate her skills. She works to show the positive experience a client will have with her.

Bc. Kateřina Jirková Psychotherapy - Credentials

Detail your therapy practice's areas of specialty and client focus.

Website visitors want to know the type of therapy your business specializes in. They also want to know the clientele you cater to. From first glance at Bc. Kateřina Jirková's website, we learn she offers therapy counseling to individuals and couples.

Once you've defined your audience, write in language that caters to your client base. In this case, it is Czech (image is translated to English). Use simple words and sentences to get your point across. Your visitors will appreciate it and so will search engines!

Bc. Kateřina Jirková Psychotherapy - Colors & Fonts

Create a calming color palette and use legible fonts.

Websites for independent therapy practices should give a feeling of calm. Convey this through the use of cool colors such as blue, violet, and green.

Use easy-to-read fonts to express the feeling of calm through your website design. Limit the design to, at most, 2 different fonts. Keep the design simple with a font like Arial. Simple, modern fonts make it easier to read your website. Many website builders like Onepager feature great fonts.

Bc. Kateřina Jirková Psychotherapy - Images

Build an inviting experience with unique images.

A well-chosen, peaceful image can leave your audience feeling reassured. What if you don’t have custom photos for your independent therapy business? Stock photography websites such as can help.

Choose images that can put your potential client at ease. Offer them a sense of calmness when they visit your therapist website. You can also create a soothing design with a background pattern from Subtle Patterns.

Bc. Kateřina Jirková Psychotherapy - Domain

Choose a website domain for your therapy practice.

Find an available small business domain name that’s easy to remember and simple to spell. Stick with a ".com" version of your domain and avoid words with multiple spellings or numbers. Try a domain containing your name and type of service -

Once you have your .com address, you can use it for a variety of purposes. Include it on brochures and business cards. Tell your friends and family. Use it on your social media profiles for your therapy practice.

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