Unleash the Power of Your Therapy & Coaching Website.

The Ultimate Guide for Private Practice Owners to Boost Inquiries and Appointments in 2023

(and NO… Blogging, SEO, and Social Media Management have nothing to do with it)

A personal note from the author

You’re a busy therapist.

And probably you have a schedule that’s bursting at the seams. 

You don’t have the time to wade through endless sales pitches, promises of overnight success, and claims that sound too good to be true.

That’s why I’m here to give you something different.

Instead of hype, I’m going to give you proof. 

Proof that what you’re about to read is not only 100% legitimate but also effective. 

I’m going to show you three real-life screenshots that illustrate the power of what you’re about to learn.


But here’s the thing: I’m not going to push you into buying anything. 

I’m not going to make wild claims that this is the only way to succeed, or that your practice is doomed without it.

Instead, I’m going to give you the facts. 

I’m going to show you what’s happening in the online world and how you can take advantage of it. 

I’m going to give you the fastest, and easiest way to unleash the power of your therapy and coaching website.

And here’s why it matters: 

As Einstein famously said…


“Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”


So, are you ready to learn something new and finally get the results you want?

Let’s go.

Read this first

Now, let me tell you why this guide is different from anything you’ve seen before.

As someone who has been in this industry for years, I’ve seen it all.

From businesses struggling to get inquiries to booking appointments…

…to spending big bucks on marketing campaigns that didn’t yield any results.

That’s why I’m excited to share with you the exact system that we’re using in our “done-for-you” service,

to help private practice owners like you achieve their desired situations.

But don’t take my word for it.

Here’s what some of our clients have to say about working with us:

Irene | Founder of Il Cerchio Health & Wellness Practice

“I’ve always been a bit resistant to try new strategies because it’s difficult to imagine how to combine the world of marketing with the world of health & wellness.

Alessandro and his team were the first people with whom I actually managed to
approach marketing with an open mind.”

Shamon | Co-owner of Harper Therapy

“I feel like you guys are really bought in. I feel like you’re part of my team.

Over this process, we’ve developed a relationship where you feel like you just plug in and you get it.

You guys know where we’re going and you’re helping us get there. That’s the biggest thing I pulled away from this collaboration.

And there’s a big level of comfort that comes with that in knowing what you are doing.”

Yolanda | Trauma Therapist & Co-owner of Harper Therapy

“We had a pretty solid social media posting and blogging but we needed to turn up a notch.

Before working together, my team and I tried to build a proper marketing system but with no success.

Your process has been so very thorough and professional… mind-blowing!”

Paolo | Psychotherapist & Founder of Play Mind

“The work that Alessandro & Agnes’ Team did was very organized and allowed us to connect with our potential patients on a deeper level.

This is important because, usually, psychologists focus on things that might not always catch the interest of the audience, and sometimes can even confuse them.”

Yes, you read that right.

Our system is designed to help you book appointments like clockwork.

And you will:

attract more committed and enthusiastic clients;

onboarding clients much easier through a learning experience process based on behavioral science;

have the control and confidence to take charge of your destiny and your own business.

And the best part?

You can achieve all of the above:

without being pushy and salesy;

without having a brand;

without getting viral on TikTok.

This is the real deal.

But wait, who is this guide for?

This guide is for:

therapists or coaches in mental health who are ready to take their business to the next level.

If you’re not there yet, you can still read through it to educate yourself for the future.

Now, you may be wondering why we’re giving away this valuable information for free.

Well, everyone deserves a chance to succeed – even if they’re not ready to work with us just yet.

By sharing our most powerful strategies, we can help you identify the right professionals and allies for your journey…

and work with us in the future.

There’s a lot of fluff out there about how to do marketing for private practice owners.

We want to cut through it and give you proven strategies.

If you’ve been burnt by your marketing strategies and feel burnt out, we understand why that happened…

and we’re here to help.

The current situation with marketing for therapists can be challenging.

But with our proven strategies, you can achieve the success you deserve.


Is Your Therapy Website Helping or Secretly Hindering Your Practice?… 

82% of all therapy websites are what we call a “Business Card Website”.

These online Business Cards are typically structured this way:

Home, About us, Contact Us, Services, Price, and… maybe a blog.

Sounds familiar?

This kind of Business Card website has 4 main problems:

Business Card websites generate low-quality traffic from Google (poor SEO score);

Business Card websites are self-centered. The website owners don't talk enough about the visitor's situation. (and they can't wait to shove their certifications and services in their viewers' faces instead...);

Business Card websites get visitors confused and leave them with many unanswered questions. There is no process in place to help the viewers build trust and confidence in reaching out for help;

It's impossible to calculate the return on investment of Business Card websites.

“Ok, so how is it possible that I’m getting some inquires anyway???”

We saw this happening to so many therapists out there.

And what we can see from our experience is that these inquiries are unpredictable. Unreliable. Unresponsive.

This leaves solo and group practice at the mercy of events.

The majority of the people who book a call on these typical “Business Card Websites” come from 2 sources:


Referrals. And if they come from referrals, they would have booked a call even without a website in most cases.


Shopping around. They are considering their options and you are probably the cheapest one.

“So, what can we do instead?”

What we always do in our own businesses and the businesses of our therapist clients is, build an LX Optimized Website.

Yes, the image looks overwhelming… but it’s very simple.

It’s designed to be a smooth process for visitors to build trust and reach out for help.


Before jumping on how this structure works, we need to talk about something important.

Why is it so difficult to get consistent inquiries and clients online predictably?

After analyzing hundreds of therapy websites…

talking with dozens of private practice owners…

and seeing what they do…

We found 3 key issues why all this is happening:

The way they built their website;

The way they promote their services;

The way they make content for social media.

We are gonna dive deep into these 3 categories now.

First issue:

The way they build their website

It was 3 am.

I was wide awake, lying in bed and feeling hopeless.

I was going through a tough time in my life, and I knew that I needed help, but I didn’t know where to turn.

I remember scrolling through countless therapy websites…

…feeling more and more frustrated with each click.

Every site looked the same – shiny and polished, with lists of services and certifications.

But none of them seemed to speak to me.

I wasn’t interested in someone who could offer a generic list of therapy services.

I needed someone who could understand me…

Someone who could help me navigate the challenges I was facing…

and who could create a safe space for me to talk openly and honestly.

As I scrolled through the websites, I couldn’t help but wonder:

Would any of these therapists really understand me?;

Would they judge me or offer me unhelpful advice?;

And how could I even go to therapy without my family noticing?.

I felt lost and alone, with no idea how to find the right therapist for me.

And the more I searched, the more overwhelmed I felt.

I didn’t have anyone in my network that could refer me to a therapist. Mental health wasn’t something I could talk about openly to anyone.

So the endless research, procrastination, and fear of the unknown stayed with me for some time, until…

I made a discovery that changed everything.

I stumbled upon a person who had the answers to all the worries and questions that had been haunting me for so long.

This therapist had a comprehensive, personalized approach to therapy.

He wasn’t taking into account not just my symptoms, but my entire emotional landscape.

Through his website, he gave me so many awesome tips in advance to start taking the first step on my own.

This showed me that there was hope.

I felt understood and connected with this person, who I had never even seen in person, just online. And that was unbelievable!

I felt motivated and hopeful to finally reach out for help and start working with him.

It was an incredible experience that made all the difference in my life.

Tell me now…

have you also been on a website that just didn’t seem to speak to you?

Maybe it was a therapist’s website, and while the information was there… it just didn’t feel like it was very reassuring.

You probably left without even considering booking a consultation call.

Now imagine if that website was yours.

You’ve spent countless hours…

building it…

writing the content…

and making sure everything looks perfect!

But when people arrive, they leave without taking any action.

This is a common problem for therapy websites.

And it all comes down to a lack of understanding of the customer’s journey.

Too many therapy websites talk in a language that speaks only to people who already know them, such as:




past clients;


or other therapists.

But what about the vast majority of people who are just discovering your brand?

95% of the people that land on your website are not ready to reach out… because they go through different stages of awareness.

From being completely unaware to becoming interested and engaged.

People who are just discovering you need guidance in making a decision to engage with you.

This is how we resolve it:

By building a website that provides a great learning experience for all visitors… regardless of where they are in their awareness stage.

This is a very important concept. And unfortunately, it’s not taken into consideration by the majority of web designers.

Their work looks pretty but they are not functional.

These websites lack the psychological principles that help people elevate their level of awareness… and ultimately book a consultation call with the expert.

What we do to achieve this is to analyze the different stages of awareness that customers go through.

We use something called the “Pyramid of Awareness” – developed by the great Eugene Schwartz.

We create a website structured with 4 main purposes:

People aware of the problem but not the solution;

People aware of the solution but not the right method;

People aware of your and other therapists' methods but still not ready to reach out;

People who want to work with you and are ready to reach out.

By doing so we can create a website that speaks to all of them.

We can guide them towards taking action.

Whether it’s booking a consultation call… or downloading valuable resources and getting to know you before reaching out.

Second Issue:

The way they promote their services. 

Imagine yourself walking through a busy marketplace.


People are selling all sorts of goods and services.


You’re looking for something specific… but it’s hard to concentrate because of all the noise around you.


Suddenly, you hear someone yelling at the top of their lungs, trying to grab your attention.


At first, you try to ignore them and keep walking…


but they keep screaming louder and louder, trying to engage with you.


Soon, you realize that it’s not just one person yelling at you.


Many different people are shouting the same lines over and over again.


They all sound desperate and annoying.


And you can’t help but feel overwhelmed by their aggressive approach.


As you try to push through the crowd… you notice that some people are actually stopping to listen to these vendors.


But they seem to be the exception rather than the rule.


Most people are either ignoring them or actively avoiding them.


You start to wonder why these sellers think that yelling is an effective way to sell their products.


After all, it’s not appealing or reassuring, it’s just loud and annoying.


And you’re not wrong.


Nowadays this is exactly what happens online.


Setting up online advertising and boosting a post online became very easy.


What’s not easy though is grabbing people’s attention.


Do a test yourself and try to remember how many different ads you see on social media trying to sell you something.


Same situation with your potential clients.


They are constantly approached by many people who want their attention… including a lot of therapists in private practice!

For example…

Take a look at the following advertising.


What does this remind you?


This reminds me of the story we imagined before.


We call this approach the “Hulk Strategy”.


While it may be loud and attention-grabbing… it’s not appealing or reassuring to potential clients.


Imagine now being a person who really needs help with therapy.


You see therapists promoting their services as if they were selling fish at the market.


And of course, you wouldn’t book a sport right away.


Unfortunately,  your service is much more intimidating than selling food.


People coming to therapy open up with you and they feel vulnerable.


Let’s remember that you are nothing but a stranger in their eyes.


And they really hope that you would help them with their life.


This requires commitment from them and a lot of guidance and support from you.


And because of this…


we need a different approach to promote your very intimidating services.


No more Hulk Strategies, from now on.


We need:

to put in place a way to attract people

let them go through a learning experience with you

and book an appointment feeling hopeful and excited.

How can you do that?


If you are someone who cares about creating an ethical marketing strategy for your practice…


here’s the second key you want to develop to boost your inquiries.


An irresistible offer to attract people to your practice.


Unfortunately, many Google and Facebook Ads people out there don’t help you with this.


They are ready to set up the campaigns… click buttons here and there without analyzing your situation.


They limit their service in bringing traffic to your website and promote posts like:


“Do you feel depressed? Book your spot here”


The problem with this Hulk STRATEGY is that:

It leads to low-quality leads;

and can come across as overly salesy.

So, what’s the solution?


Nowadays, without a strong offer in place…


it’s nearly impossible to guide potential clients towards taking meaningful action.


It’s crucial to focus on building a high-appealing offer.


And combining it with a learning experience site that guides people to take action.

Third Issue:

The way they make content in social media

It was a typical day at Dr. Smith’s therapy office.


A new client, John, was struggling with anxiety and had been coming to therapy for a few weeks now.


Dr. Smith was a highly educated therapist.


He prided himself on being up-to-date with the latest studies and theories.


But as John sat down in his office, he immediately felt uncomfortable.


Dr. Smith was speaking in technical terms.


And John couldn’t understand anything of what the doc was saying.


Dr. Smith was acting like a walking textbook, and it was making John feel small and insignificant.


Instead of helping him with his transformational journey… Dr. Smith was just throwing facts in his face.


John left the session feeling more confused and defeated than ever before.


He felt like Dr. Smith had failed him. He felt like the doctor had a very superficial approach.


He felt like just another case study to be analyzed and dissected.


It was clear that Dr. Smith was more interested in showing off his knowledge than helping John.


On the other side of the city, something else was happening though.


Let me introduce another therapist to you, Dr. Brown.


A new client, Mary, had a very different experience.


Mary had been struggling with depression for years. She’s been to several therapists before.


But when she walked into Dr. Brown’s office, she immediately felt at ease.


Dr. Brown didn’t act like a walking textbook.


Instead, she listened to Mary with empathy and understanding.


She asked questions that helped Mary explore her feelings and thoughts…


…without ever making her feel like a burden or a problem to be fixed.


Dr. Brown didn’t just rely on scientific theories and studies.


She created a safe space for Mary to explore her emotions…


And offered her the support and guidance she needed to make real progress.


Mary left the session feeling:






and empowered to take steps towards healing.

I’m sure that many of the therapists who are reading this guide are supportive towards their clients.


And they have a way to explore their client’s emotions and guide them to make real progress.


Maybe you thought that the first story, from Dr. Smith, seems to be a very detached approach and not very helpful.


And I agree with this.


On the other side, Dr. Brown’s approach was different.


It was a shining example of what therapy should be – a journey of transformation, healing, and growth.


She wasn’t showing off her knowledge or impressing her clients with scientific facts.


Instead, she focused on helping her clients achieve real, meaningful change.


We need to remember that our clients are people, not just case studies or statistics.


We need to approach them with:






and a willingness to support them on their transformational journey.

We need to put their needs first, not our desire to impress them with our knowledge.

But how is this connected with finding patients online?

As you can see from these stories, the way you communicate with your audience…

…makes all the difference in the success of your practice.

This is especially important in today’s digital age.

There’s a wealth of information available online… and it’s easy for potential clients to get distracted or lose interest.

The way you make content on social media can have a big impact on your ability to guide interested people into booking a call with you.

We do this by:


creating content that resonates with our audience (speaks to their needs and struggles);


and offering them real solutions and support.

It means moving away from the “walking textbook” approach.

And towards a more compassionate, supportive, and transformational approach.

I’m sure that you can do this and I want you to see it this way:

Take the same supporting approach you have during sessions with your clients…

and use it also with people who are not your clients…yet!

Let me show you some examples:

Textbook Approach

Supportive Approach (We did this):

The result of our supportive approach?


Within two months, 1297 people took the self-assessment and 112 of them reached out for help in the dedicated Facebook Group.


You might think now: “I get it, I’m already creating content online that is supportive”


If that’s the case, awesome!


But if you still don’t hear your phone ring enough, it might be that what you do needs some tweak here and there…


What many therapists who create content online are doing is “Content Writing”.


Content writing is more about building relationships and educating your audience.


Which is great.


However… to make the most out of your learning experience website we need an extra ingredient.


Something called Copywriting.


Copywriting helps the reader to take action now.


It shows the steps they need to take to achieve their desired situation.


It helps people through the process of reaching out.


it’s essential to have a clear structure and strategy in place that combines the two. 


Be sure that your content is engaging, informative, and persuasive


This can help:

guide your audience towards taking action and becoming your clients;

increase the number of inquiries;

become a leader that inspires people to take action now.

So if you’re struggling with getting inquiries and converting leads into clients…


…it’s worth taking a closer look at your copywriting and content strategy.


In the next section, we’ll dive deeper into some real-life examples.

Let’s recap:

The 3 issues why it’s been so difficult so far to get predictable inquiries and clients online?



Your website may have an attractive design... but it lacks functionality which could hinder your marketing efforts.

Your current approach to marketing is too aggressive. It can be making you come across as a loud and desperate salesperson. (Hulk Strategy)

Your website contains random and interesting content... but doesn't have a clear direction, resulting in missed opportunities for potential inquiries.

As soon as you fix these points, this is what you can expect:

to book appointments like on a conveyor belt,

attract more committed and enthusiastic clients,

and make sales easier through a learning experience process based on behavioral science.

If you’re not getting enough inquiries is probably because one of the previous is present.


And nobody is talking about this, and they keep promoting the outdated way of doing it.

What should we do instead?

A closer look at a good Learning Experience Website.

The goal is to do the following:


Stay connected with potential clients who visit our website but may not be ready for a therapy session… yet.

Visitors should find valuable resources about their situation. They should give at least their email address to download it.

We should provide them with valuable information to nurture the relationship over time.


Understanding each individual’s problems, needs, and desires is essential to providing effective therapy.

Thanks to this method, we can gather this information from visitors. This can help us tailor your services to meet their unique needs.


A step-by-step journey that can help visitors reach out for help… and build trust and rapport along the way.

We customize the educational resources and support they need.

We create a positive experience for clients from the moment they visit your website to their first session and beyond.

We have 3 main phases for a great
learning experience:

I know, it looks a little bit overwhelming. But I promise it’s very simple.

Phase 1


Phase 2


Phase 3


Phase 1 | Attraction

You want to attract people in need to your website by using a great offer… and empathetic, supportive, and persuasive language.

Phase 2 | Education

You want to give people something to consume to let them feel understood, answer questions, and rise their level of awareness. By doing so you will create a deep connection and trust.

Phase 2 | Onboarding

We won’t talk about this here because it’s not up to us to decide how you should handle your onboarding process.

Here’s where your empathy skills have a key role. You’ll talk to clients that reach out for help and you’ll notice how easier this process is. People trust you more because they already consumed educational resources they downloaded previously.

Now, let’s start with the core of your Learning Experience website.


As we learned today, our learning experience website has specific characteristics.


One of these characteristics is the inclusion of something called Freebies.


For us, the purpose of Freebies is to:



and categorize visitors who may fit specific situations.


Freebies are valuable resources that you offer on your website… to attract potential patients and gain insight into visitors’ interests.


There are many types of Freebies you can create to engage with visitors, such as:

interactive quizzes;

video courses;

free masterclasses;

case studies;

books & Ebooks


and more.

The goal of providing these resources is to:


offer valuable information to your visitors by helping them gain a better understanding of their situation…


…helping them take a step forward in resolving their pain…


… building trust, and encouraging them to take action now.


As we know, people experience different problems in their lives.


Imagine going to a website and reading a mix of things that don’t resonate with your problem at all. It can be very time-consuming and frustrating.


Even within different services, people experience different problems.


Having a one-size-fits-all language with your visitors… won’t increase the number of your inquiries.


For instance…


not everyone seeking marriage and relationship advice is living in the same situation.


That’s why each Freebie has to address a specific pain point.


Think about this scenario:


You’re on stage in front of 100 couples, and you ask:


“Who else is finding themselves lacking intimacy with their partner?”


Some will raise their hands, while others won’t.


Not everyone is experiencing the same situation.


Even within a specific service like marriage and relationship advice.


A Freebie can help visitors “virtually raise their hand” when they see something that resonates with them.


By offering Freebies that speak to specific pain points, we can give visitors exactly what they want…


and keep educating them through an email sequence of interesting and useful information about their situation.


This ensures that they have all the information they need even before jumping on a call with you.


This approach is beneficial for two reasons.


First, we are sure that when visitors jump on a call, they already have some questions answered.


This makes the onboarding process smoother and less salesy.


Second, people like getting information for free.


In the mental health industry, many people are not open to talking to strangers about their personal problems.


They prefer to read something on their own first, rather than waste time and feel under pressure by talking to a stranger on the phone.


By providing Freebies, visitors can “spy” on you and check if your advice and approach resonate with them before talking on the phone with you.


However, this is not all. This is the core workflow, but we also need to do another important thing.


In this phase, our goal here is to:

identify our target audience;

provide them with a compelling reason to visit our website;

and categorize visitors who may fit specific situations.

Simply sharing motivational quotes or generic “textbook” information about psychology won’t cut it.


Whether we use organic or paid social media tactics, remember this:


Avoid falling into the trap of either the “Hulk Strategy” or assuming people already know and trust us.


(The Hulk Strategy aggressively promotes our services without offering any value or context.)


On the other side…


believing people already know us can be harmful because most visitors are likely to be unfamiliar with our practice.


So, to effectively attract our target audience…


we need to provide them with a clear and compelling reason to listen to us.


What can we offer them that will benefit their lives and address their unique needs?


The answer depends on your target audience and what you’re most comfortable with.


As a generic rule, we want to focus on providing value. Great value can build trust and establish ourselves as a credible resource in their eyes.


Does the structure of the below post look familiar?


This is something we see very often on Facebook and Instagram, done by therapists and coaches.


A generic message, a one-size-fits-all approach. Not sharing the right information with the patient


needs to take a step forward on their journey. Ending the conversation really quickly, without


providing any real solutions to the problems the patients are struggling with.


But… How can we improve this?


These kinds of posts are very forgettable and are stating the obvious. We’ve all seen these a


million times – and so have your patients.


Your patients are constantly exposed to an ocean of information.


And in the age of so many different people sharing their advice online… your potential patients can’t understand how to sort through misinformation.


They don’t know who to trust, and how to determine whether what they see online is true or not.


They are probably already going through something difficult, so pointing out their symptoms or shouting about their illness…


(without showing them a path to the solution)


…might only make them feel worse and cause them to want to avoid taking action, further delaying their journey to wellness.


This is how we changed it:

In this case, our freebie is a pre-recorded online seminar.


It helps our target audience to take a step forward in resolving their painful situation.


We designed the seminar to:

provide valuable information

establish a sense of trust between the curious visitor and our therapists.

The result?


Within just seven days, 81 people subscribed to watch the seminar and 8 of them reached out for help.


These 8 people were relieved to have discovered a resource that spoke to them… and gave actionable steps for dealing with their pain!


On top of it… the online seminar served as a great ice-breaker to start an uncomfortable conversation.


We were able to create trust with our audience and make it easier for them to seek out help by giving value upfront.

Do you remember the 3 main reasons why therapists don’t get enough inquiries?

Your website may have an attractive design... but it lacks functionality which could hinder your marketing efforts.

Your current approach to marketing is too aggressive. It can be making you come across as a loud and desperate salesperson. (Hulk Strategy).

Your website contains random and interesting content... but doesn't have a clear direction, resulting in missed opportunities for potential inquiries.

In the previous example, we can see how we overcame these problems and helped people reach out for help faster.


This is how:


We didn’t focus on showcasing the therapists’ certifications and years of experience. 

Instead… we created a risk-free to take a step towards resolving their painful situation.. effortlessly!


We talked about them.

We made them feel understood, not just sharing textbook information.


We created an engaging learning experience.

This allowed us to stay in touch with visitors as long as they needed…

and allowed them to gather information at their own pace.

Now, you might wonder…

How many freebies should I have?

Having many tiers of freebies help us talk to different levels of interest and demands.


Freebie Level 1 can be a broad introduction to a certain topic…


while Freebie Level 4 can be a more in-depth and specific resource.


By doing so… we can segment our audience and better understand their pain points and interests.


This allows us to create:

more targeted content;

and better offers that resonate with them;

Increase the likelihood of them taking action and reaching out for help.



Learning experience websites and content creation allow us to build trust with potential clients.


We can educate them on their specific pain points.


We provide them with valuable resources that encourage them to seek help from our services.

Ultimately by doing so we would be able to achieve our goals:

GOAL n.1

Stay connected with potential clients who visit our website but may not be ready for a therapy session… yet.

Visitors should find valuable resources about their situation. They should give at least their email address to download it.

We should provide them with valuable information to nurture the relationship over time.

GOAL n.2

Understanding each individual’s problems, needs, and desires is essential to providing effective therapy.

Thanks to this method, we can gather this information from visitors. This can help us tailor your services to meet their unique needs.

GOAL n.3

A step-by-step journey that can help visitors reach out for help… and build trust and rapport along the way.

We customize the educational resources and support they need.

We create a positive experience for clients from the moment they visit your website to their first session and beyond.

This is how you help people reach out for help and increase your inquiries.


Everything else is outdated and will stop working very soon…


Because too many therapists out there have business card websites.


They talk about themselves and scream like Hulk to grab people’s attention.

But, by using our approach you can:

book appointments like on a conveyor belt;

attract more committed and enthusiastic clients,

and making the onboarding process much easier through a learning experience process based on behavioral science.

After understanding the reasons why you don’t get enough inquiries…


and how the learning experience website can help you with that…

what can you do now?

You could rely on a web designer. Yes, they can create a beautiful site... but will it actually convert visitors into customers?

You could hire a content writer to produce educational materials... but will it resonate with your target audience and motivate them to take action?

Or, you could hire a normal ad agency. But they can't create well-designed learning experience websites and apply psychological principles. So, you'll likely end up with low-quality leads and little ROI.

As Einstein famously said:


“Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”


So, if you’re tired of the same old options, it’s time to try something different. And that’s where we come in.


By applying behavioral science and psychological principles, we’ve developed a proven method for building websites that don’t just look pretty… but also convert visitors into customers.


But don’t just take our word for it – let us show you what we can do.


The last option you have is to:

Apply for a free demo call with us.

We’ll walk you through our process and show you how we can help you achieve your business goals.

At the moment we are running a no-brainer offer for therapists who want to get to know us and the way we work.

Book your call here today and get for free…

45 min Branding Call: Share your vision with us and we'll help you get started on the right foot.

Case Studies: We'll share case studies that will help you reach your online goals.

Custom Home Page: We'll create a custom home page for your future LX website.

Satisfaction Guarantee. If you're not satisfied with our work, there's no pressure or obligation to continue.

On this call, you’ll get the chance of experiencing for free how we work.


We’ll discuss your unique situation, answer any questions you may have, and determine if our services are a good fit for you.


So, are you ready to try something different and finally achieve the results you’ve been looking for?


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