Team LIT

Team LIT

Bio:

Team LIT is the team that created and runs Location Independent Therapists and the LIT Community. Our goal is to create a dedicated space for other mental health professionals around the world who are looking to create (or grow) their location independent businesses. Team LIT is made up of co-founders Melissa Parks and Sonia Jaeger and their virtual assistant who helps them behind the scenes. Melissa and Sonia are both trained as mental health professionals and each runs their own online, portable businesses. You can find our links and all our articles below!

    Articles:

  • Katja Meixner Becker online therapist

    LIT Interviews: Katja Meixner Becker’s Experiences as an Online Therapist

    Have you wondered what it’s like to start a private practice and work as an online therapist? In this blog post, we’re bringing you an interview with experienced therapist and LIT Community member, Katja Meixner Becker.  Hearing from an established online therapist can be so helpful when you’re embarking on your own journey to start […]

  • email marketing 101 for online therapists

    Email Marketing 101 for Online Therapists

    Email marketing is one of the best ways to connect with and nurture your audience. Emails are much more personal and have a better ROI than social media and many other forms of marketing. But how should you get started with email marketing? Read on for our email marketing 101 guide for online therapists. Our […]

  • being an online therapist - Carolina reflects on being a location independent therapist in the LIT Community

    LIT Interviews: Carolina Díaz Reflects on 5+ Years as an Online Therapist

    If you’re thinking of starting a private practice or transitioning from in-person therapy to online therapy, hearing from an established online therapist can be both inspiring and motivational.  One of the biggest challenges we hear from aspiring online therapists is that they don’t know where to get started. Or they might wonder if it’s even […]

  • how to find work-life balance as an online therapist

    How to Find Work-Life Balance as an Online Therapist

    As mental health professionals, we all know how important it is to find a healthy work-life balance. But it’s easier said than done, especially when you run a business and have to set your own boundaries. So, how can you create a healthy work-life balance as an online therapist? First of all, if you find […]

  • how to work with a business partner

    How to Work with a Business Partner (Successfully!)

    Have you ever considered working with a business partner, or wondered how to work with a business partner successfully? As a solopreneur, you have complete control over your business – but you have all the responsibility and workload, too. So, teaming up with someone else to run a business or group practice together can offer […]

Sign up to our waitlist!

You'll receive more info about the LIT Community and you'll be the first to hear when we'll next open the doors. We'll also send you our monthly newsletter with tips and resources for mental health professionals - you can unsubscribe at any time.

 

Thank you for signing up! You are almost done. Please check your inbox to confirm your subscription. If for some reason you don't get your email after a few minutes, check your spam folder.

ideal client worksheet for location independent therapists

Yes, I want the Ideal Client Worksheet!

Enter your email and we'll send it straight to your inbox! You'll also receive our monthly newsletter of tips, info, and resources for online therapists and can unsubscribe at any time.

 

Thank you! Your Ideal Client worksheet is on its way - check your inbox and spam folder if you can't find it!

Sign up to our waitlist to be the first

to hear about LIT Scholarship news!

A community for location independent mental health professionals everywhere

 
 

Thank you for signing up! You are almost done. Please check your inbox to confirm your subscription. If for some reason you don't get your email after a few minutes, check your spam folder.