“Welldoing has helped me build my practice like no other directory. When I left my private practice for maternity leave, I was worried about building my practice up again after returning to work, however, I began receiving enquiries from welldoing from the moment I started work again.”
“Since joining welldoing.org the number of clients I have received has really helped me build my practice.”
“Of the potential clients who contact me through welldoing.org, 4 out of 5 become clients. This is a good ratio.”
"Returning to London, leaving a healthy practice abroad, behind seemed a daunting prospect. However I joined Welldoing and it was like never having been away. I was referred people who live or work close by and who had already been able to see if I was a match. The added bonus was that I felt supported being with Welldoing."
"I value being part of the welldoing.org community. Not only do I receive client referrals through the site, but also get the opportunity to write articles and raise awareness about different subjects. I have felt valued and supportedon the directory rather than simply being another person on the list."
“I think welldoing.org is head and shoulders above other therapist listings sites.”
"Welldoing's booking system is very good. It's taken away the administration burden and ensures that I will be paid. My clients really like the system as it enables them to log in, see my diary and then choose a session when it suits them."
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"I heartily recommend independent website welldoing.org. It's filled with information about mental health and wellbeing."