Why you'll love this course

While social media can be valuable, not every platform is right for every therapist. You need the platforms and messages most relevant to your ideal clients. Perry Rosenbloom helps therapists and counselors learn to use social media more intelligently, rather than simply directing us to use social more often.

Course description

Should you be on Facebook? How about Tweeting? And what about Instagram? Well, it depends. Learn how to decide which social media platforms are best for your business, and how to craft a strategy to leverage these platforms to be both a resource for your community and to grow your private practice.

50 minutes. Recorded Video Format (non-interactive). This course does not provide continuing education (CE) credit.


Perry Rosenbloom

Perry Rosenbloom is the CEO & Founder of Brighter Vision. His connection to therapy and therapists runs deep: His mother-in-law owns a private practice in Jacksonville, FL, his father-in-law is in recovery and just received his 30 year chip, his uncle (who he never met) died at a very young age due to drug use, and the heroin epidemic has hit his hometown very hard. With so many connections to therapy and therapists, he is immensely proud to be able to help support them in their work and enable them to be successful business owners.

Additional Information

Format and Length:

Video format (non-interactive); Total running time 50 minutes

Who Should Attend:

Mental health professionals and those in related fields, especially those running a private practice or otherwise responsible for marketing a private practice.

Publication and Review Dates:

Course Published: March 16, 2020 

Financial Support Statement:

SimplePractice Learning pays course providers. This course is provided by Therapy Reimagined. SimplePractice maintains full control and responsibility for program content. There is no other financial support for this course.

Refund Policy:

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No Continuing Education credit:

This course does not provide continuing education (CE) credit.