Time for website design inspiration.
As a therapist website designers we always find it helpful to take a look what we have been doing to get a perspective of what we want to create. So let’s do that with some therapy websites.
Excellent Design and Functionality:
Elegance and functionality instill professionalism.
Responsive means that the website will “respond” to the device on which it is being viewed on.
Looking at a website on a desktop computer, there may be a large photo taking up most of the screen. But when you view it on your smartphone, the photo may be smaller and the info condensed and organized differently.
Google recently announced that it would take responsiveness into consideration when ranking websites in search results. So it’s become quite important to have a responsive site.
A Clear Message:
A private practice website should be clear about what services it offers, helping the clients you want to help easily understand you can help them.
Having a blog indicates that a therapist has active engagement in marketing and the quality of what their website offers.
Here are the Therapist Website Designs that we think are great:
Dr. Dmitra Takos
A Licensed Clinical Newport Beach Psychologist specializing in the treatment of adolescents and adults suffering from depression, anxiety, and trauma-and stressor-related disorders.
Dr. Gia Marson
A highly respected expert in her field, Dr. Marson has private practices in Santa Monica and Calabasas, CA, is a clinical consultant to UCLA’s Adolescent Medicine Department, Nourished For Life [NFL], Eating Disorders Program and has a wealth of diverse experience
A website design studio located in the West Village neighborhood of New York City. Their work was inherently print related, the focus has been primarily on identity marks and website design. They have since further specialized in custom software applications and focusing on therapist website design.
Kin Leung, MFT
Individual and Family Therapist Burlingame, CA with a special expertise working with Asian American families, couples, and individuals practicing in Burlingame, CA.
Michelle McDonald Kennedy, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist practices Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) in Los Altos, CA. Michelle is passionate about improving the relationship between parent and child. Michelle has extensive experience and training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, and is Certified in both Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, and Positive Psychology.
Clean, intuitive, and user-friendly. Warm and inviting. These are some of the key components of a well-designed therapist website. Check out these examples of psychotherapist, counseling, and art therapist websites.
We hope you enjoyed this collection of elegantly designed therapist websites.