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Psychotherapy has an image problem.
Let’s change that because we know that therapy is an effective, economical, natural, and meaningful way to improve lives.
This year I am hosting an Instagram Challenge and I’d love for you to join me!
Join the Instagram Challenge by posting a photo a day to educate the public about all things counselling and psychotherapy. I will repost and share a link to the best photo each day on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook
National Psychotherapy Day Instagram Challenge – How Do I join?
- Follow me on Instagram and send me a message there so that I can a) follow you back and b) send you the photo list prior to September 1.
- Let me know any suggestions you have for photo a day ideas/topics eg. favourite psychotherapist, inspirational quote, a therapist’s chair, best book for depression etc. I will choose the most popular 25 responses to use for the photo a day prompts
- Leave your Instagram handle in the comments below so that we can all follow each other. Alternatively, use the #tags below to find your challenge colleagues
- From September 1, post the photo a day
- Tag me @Jodie.gale in your photo a day
- Use the #tags: #NPD17 #nationalpsychotherapyday #psychotherapy #therapyrocks #hipstertherapy #therapyhelps #photoaday
- Share your challenge photos to your other social media accounts to educate the public about psychotherapy
- Follow National Psychotherapy Day on social media and tag them in your posts
Why Join the Challenge?
- Express your creativity
- Become part of a counselling and psychotherapy community on Instagram
- Promote positive images on Instagram
- Educate the public about the benefits of counselling and psychotherapy
- Share your practice pics and links with the public (SEO tip: you could write a short blog for each photo, add the link to your Instagram pic and share the blog on your other social media accounts!)
- Build your Instagram followers
- Support National Psychotherapy Day
NB: this is also open to counsellors, social workers and psychologists 🙂