Marketing Bootcamp For Clinicians

Marketing Bootcamp for Clinicians-POSTPONED!!- Stay Tune for Updates

Saturday, April 4th and Sunday, April 5th from 9am-1pm

Presented by Aimee Martinez, PsyD and Eva Patrick, PsyD

6.0 CE Credits

Clinicians often find it challenging to use marketing or social media in their professional development. In other words, many therapists experience a gap or lack of support when they are ready to promote their practice. This weekend workshop is designed to bridge this gap and help clinicians to create their professional marketing presence by providing a clear strategy, helping to establish clinical identity, develop marketing tactics, including online content and social media.   It moves quick! So be ready to dive in and learn how to talk about yourself as a therapist, the therapy you provide and who will benefit the most from what you have to offer! We will also give you a crash course on social media, blog writing, online psychology profile building so you are able to begin implementing your newly crafted clinical identity to the platforms that work best for you!

Who is this workshop for?

  • Clinicians who have taken time off from practice and need support reestablishing their clinical identity and navigating the online landscape
  • Clinicians transitioning from community clinic settings to private practice
  • Clinicians in private practice aiming to reach more people seeking mental health services
  • Clinicians interested in establishing social media presence or creating a website

What will I take away from this workshop?



  • Exercises to facilitate exploration and composition of professional values, skills and goals
  • Formulate a clear message about  the therapy that you provide and the population you serve


  • Overview of how to use Google, Instagram and Facebook to reach a larger audience
  • How to communicate your clinical identity and values via blog, Facebook, Instagram and online content creation
  • Discussion of ethical concerns when using social media


  • One hands-on blog creation exercise
  • Tutorial on blog post optimal structure and content
  • Tips and input around challenges with writing blog posts and procrastination
  • Discussion of concerns around writing in general, writing blog posts, writing as a therapist, etc.


  • A professional website designer
  • Affordable Professional Photographer
  • Social media management and support contact
  • Google AdWords implementation consultant

At the Conclusion of this WOrkshop Participants will be able to: 

  • Assess current online trends relevant to impacting frame, boundaries and transference issues.
  • Perform a coherent clinical identify formulation that articulates participants’ professional values and personal vision of their work for website, blog and social media use.
  • Analyze and catalogue clinical needs of their patients and describe effective ways to communicate them.
  • Demonstrate the difference between therapeutic professional language and everyday language, and translate their therapeutic work into the latter.
  • Evaluate current challenges regarding the business aspect of running a private practice, and develop professional goals that address these challenges.
  • Define and select current social media and online marketing practices available to therapists based on clinicians’ approaches to them.
  • Investigate common issues of resistance to social media and online presence that many therapists experience.
  • Construct a conscious and deliberate online presence frame that fits with their unique professional values.

Wright Institute Los Angeles is approved by the California Psychological Association, which is recognized by the Board of Psychology and the Board of Behavioral Science to sponsor continuing education for Psychologists, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapists, and Licensed Clinical Social Workers.  Wright Institute Los Angeles maintains responsibility for this program and its contents.  Full attendance in addition to the completion of the appropriate evaluation form are required in order to receive CE credits.  CPA OPD provider number WLA001.


Saturday, April 4th from 9am-1pm
Sunday, April 5th from 9am-1pm


Wright Institute Los Angeles
11845 West Olympic Blvd.
Suite 505W
Los Angeles, CA 90064


We will not validate parking. There are meters on Olympic and street parking behind the building.


We can help!

Eva Patrick, PsyD, Owner of Coach My Project
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Dr. Eva Patrick works in private practice in Encino with adults and couples. She embraces considerations from mostly a relational orientation, along with the implementation of psychodynamic and behavioral concepts. She is specifically interested in utilizing her clients’ stories about self and life (their personal myths) – as a vehicle to discover new possibilities for thought and action.

Eva is passionate about writing, blogging, and exploring new ways of being, doing and telling stories in the world.  She uses this passion to support pre-licensed clinicians at Wright Institute Los Angeles to learn ways to effectively communicate psychological ideas to the community. Her writings have been featured on The American Psychoanalytic Association’s Blog, Psychoanalysis Unplugged.

Eva is also an ardent dissertation and project coach. She assists individuals to clarify their goals, set objectives, and complete their projects with accountability, follow-through and heart.


Aimee Martinez, PsyD, Private Practice in Century City
Director of Clinical Relations, WILA

In addition to her private practice, she acts as the Director of Clinical Relations for WILA and facilitates institutional and trainee development in professional marketing. She earned a nearly 20K Instagram following enabling her to engage with the community and gain clients via social media. She benefits from her use of Google AdWords as well as collaborating on media pieces that have appeared on Forbes, Bustle, and lifestyle websites and blogs. Currently, Aimee is a Clinical Associate in psychoanalytic training at the New Center for Psychoanalysis. Prior to pursuing clinical training, Aimee worked in entertainment sports and event marketing, skills she now applies to develop clinical referral relationships. Although she possesses extensive marketing experience, her true passion lies in the creativity of psychoanalytic clinical work. Aimee utilizes a psychodynamic perspective on addiction to address underlying issues of trauma and attachment including depression and anxiety that accompany substance use disorders.


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