Tag Archives: advertising as a therapist

Employment Agreements – Non-Compete Clauses

Counselors and therapists may be employed by any number of business entities (e.g., nonprofit organizations, sole proprietorships, [...]

Advertising Yourself with Integrity

In order to remain a successful profession, providing only the best for clients, therapists need to take a lesson from business moguls [...]


Most state laws make it a crime and a violation of the licensing law for a licensee to advertise in a manner that is false, fraudulent, [...]


Practitioners must pay attention to advertising issues because when they advertise they put themselves in the spotlight, not only with [...]

Protected or Prohibited Words

An advertisement that contains a misrepresentation of fact or a failure to disclose a material fact, or that is likely to create false [...]

Advertising, Statute of Limitations, Yelling at a Client

In the February 2014 issue of the AVOIDING LIABILITY BULLETIN, I raised many questions for the reader’s thought, research, and [...]