10 Great Examples of a Child Therapy Website

When thinking about creating a private practice website, it’s always helpful to gather your inspiration before beginning the project. Looking at other therapist websites will spark ideas about what you like (and don’t like), how you’d like your website to function and give you inspiration when writing your content.

This week’s article is for child therapists! I’ve rounded up 10 great examples of child and play therapy websites you can use for inspiration for your own.

When thinking about creating a private practice website, it’s always helpful to gather your inspiration before beginning the project. Looking at other therapist websites will spark ideas about what you like (and don’t like), how you’d like your website to function and give you inspiration when writing your content. This week’s article is for child therapists!: I’ve rounded up 10 great examples of child and play therapy websites you can use for inspiration for your own.

What Makes a Great Child Therapy Website?

As a web designer for therapists, I see lots of private practice websites.

There are a few reasons why a play therapy website would cause this guy to stop and take notice.

Here is some of the criteria I look for in a great therapy website:

  1. The website is functional and easy to use on all devices. I have no trouble navigating the website and clearly understanding where to find information I’m looking for.
  2. The website clearly communicates who this therapist helps and what they specialize in. I can tell what type of client would find their website useful.
  3. Design that compliments the information on the private practice website. I’m not overwhelmed by many calls to action, photos that don’t fit the design, colors that don’t jive and layouts that are hard to navigate.
  4. The website is unique! It may be subjective but there’s just certain qualities that make a website stand out from the crowd.

So now that you know some of the thinking behind the list, let’s get to the websites!

Below you’ll find some great examples of websites geared toward child therapy, play therapy and even some physical therapy for children as well.

10 Great Child Therapy Website Examples

 

S.M.I.L.E Project

Home Smile Project Empowers

Moving Mountains Therapy

Movin Mountains Therapy Services

Living Skills

Living Skills Affordable Counseling Therapy Testing Denver

Jennifer Wisser-Stokes Counseling LLC

Child Therapy Counseling for Children Parents in Orlando Jennifer Wisser Stokes Counseling LLC

Thompson Child Therapy

Home Thompson Child Therapy Serving Mt Airy Frederick New Market Westminster MD

Play Matters Therapy

PLAYmatters

Milestone Makers

Milestone Makers Pediatric Therapies

Sarah Reed Children’s Center

Sarah A. Reed Children s Center in Erie PA For A Brighter Future

Family First Psychological Services

FamilyFirst Psychological Services

Carol Golly P.L., MSW, LCSW, RPTS

Home Carol Golly P.L. MSW LCSW RPTS Child Therapy Center

Conclusion

I hope this list of examples of child therapy websites inspires you as you think of ways to either improve your own website or gather ideas for a brand new one.

If any of them really inspire you, bookmark it! Keep a running list of websites you love so you can always get back to them when you need inspiration for the future.

If you’re interested in bringing new life to your private practice website or creating a brand new one, I’d love to help!

Sign up for a free 30-minute consultation here and we can come up with a plan to attract more clients with a beautiful website.

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