Expanding Your Mental Health Practice Through Web Marketing

Expanding Your Mental Health Practice Through Web Marketing

While many mental health practitioners may be uncomfortable marketing their services, most are downright confused and even anxious when it comes to using web marketing to increase their referrals and build their visibility.

However, with over half a billion people on Facebook and millions using Google every day to find help, it’s impossible to ignore web marketing for long.

In this day long workshop you’ll learn:

  • How to setup a web site that engages your audience, establishes your expertise, and encourages referrals for your practice
  • How to get your web site to rank higher in the search engines
  • How to integrate a blog, video and an email newsletter into your web presence
  • How to handle HIPAA and other Internet use issues unique to mental health practitioners
  • How mental health practitioners can use social media appropriately; how to handle Facebook friendship requests, how to manage your privacy, and how to engage

FAB Fair

FAB Fair

The 2011 FAB Fair Located at the Skowhegan Area High School on West Front Street/Route 2 West will be Saturday, February 26th, 2011 from 10:00AM to 3:00PM.

2011 Skowhegan Area Chamber Annual Dinner

2011 Skowhegan Area Chamber Annual Dinner

2011 Skowhegan Area Chamber Annual Dinner (Feb 4 - 5:15 - 8:45 )
This year the SACC Annual Dinner will be spiced up a bit, as the SACC and Lakewood Theater has teamed up to bring to you the SACC Annual Dinner / Dinner Theater. The lakewood Theater will be perfoming a special musical comedy called Laffertys Wake. At Intermission the awards for: Small Business of the year Large Business of the year Volunteer of the year and The Alton W. Whittermore Award will be handed out. The Dinner and show will take place at T&B's Celebration Center on RTE. 201 North / Madison Avenue in Skowhegan.

January Maine Tweetup at Rivalries on 1/27

January Maine Tweetup at Rivalries on 1/27

This month's Maine Tweetup will be upstairs at Rivalries starting at 6pm on Thursday, 1/27/2011.

Tweetups are real live networking events for people using Twitter, the popular social media platform where users post short messages via their computer or mobile device.

Mainers on Twitter form a vibrant community, sharing their passion on everything from technology to cooking to sports to best methods to kill zombies.

There's no cover charge, but if you'd like to RSVP you can do so on our Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=133258260070429

You can also get directions to Rivalries (10 Cotton St, Portland) at our page.

Hope to see you there!

2011 Skowhegan Area Chamber Annual Dinner ( 5:15 - 8:45 )

This year the SACC Annual Dinner will be spiced up a bit, as the SACC and Lakewood Theater has teamed up to bring to you the SACC Annual Dinner / Dinner Theater. The lakewood Theater will be perfoming a special musical comedy called Laffertys Wake. At Intermission the awards for: Small Business of the year Large Business of the year Volunteer of the year and The Alton W. Whittermore Award will be handed out. The Dinner and show will take place at T&B's Celebration Center on RTE. 201 North / Madison Avenue in Skowhegan.

Knitting for Special Olympics Athletes

Special Olympics Maine is seeking the help of crocheters and knitters for the Scarves for Special Olympics scarf project.

This is a nation wide initiative that gives knitters and crocheters the opportunity to contribute to the Special Olympics Program(s) of their choice.

Unity College Chosen for Carnegie Foundation 2010 Community Engagement Classification

Unity College Chosen for Carnegie Foundation 2010 Community Engagement Classification

Unity, Maine – January 10, 2011 –  The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching has selected Unity College for its 2010 Community Engagement Classification.  Unity College was among only two institutions of higher learning in Maine that were among the 112 U.S. colleges and universities named to the list.
     “This national recognition on behalf of the Carnegie Foundation is a testimony to the exemplary service orientation of Unity’s culture, and reinforces the importance of the college’s commitment to working with communities to collaboratively address the issues of the day,” noted Jennifer Olin, Community-Based Learning Coordinator at Unity College.