How mental health professionals help their clients between appointments
with email newsletters from Tidings
There may not be a more personal profession than mental health. Unfortunately with the societal stigma around so many mental health issues, it’s not a topic that patients naturally share a lot about on social media, particularly when the mere act of going on social media contributes to many of the most common mental health issues.
That’s why email is such a great channel for therapists and mental health professionals.
Tidings makes it super-easy to stay in touch with your patients, serving as a bridge in between visits and encouraging them to spread the word privately about your practice to their friends or family members who may be going through similar issues.
Let your patients know about:
- topical articles in mainstream or academic press about issues they’re struggling with
- support group events and meetups in your area
- new staff members that have joined your team
- seasonal or circumstantial topics (holiday-related, back-to-school-related, weather-related issues)
- how much other patients have gotten from their therapy experiences (reviews)
You may already be sharing these kinds of things with your social media followers–but especially in your industry, sharing via email is so much more personal, visible, and effective. So expand the reach of your content — without any additional effort — by sharing automatically via your Tidings newsletter.
“Tidings was introduced to me as the savior to this process. I was skeptical given my experience but it really has made email marketing a breeze.
I had been on the verge of hiring someone to keep up with creating a monthly newsletter but Tidings really does make the process very easy and it’s visually appealing. I haven’t seen anything else like it on the market and as a small business owner, this is a godsend for me.
I no longer throw up my arms in anger when I think about email marketing. It really only takes a few minutes a week.”
—William Andrew Schroeder, JustMind, Texas