Connecticut Division

Where family health care decision makers go first to find you

Creating a web page for your practice, using Facebook, Linkedin and other social media are sure ways to drive new client traffic your way. Want some tried and true (and pretty darn cheap) ideas on using social media to boost your clientele. Click the headers below to get started or enhance your Social Media presence:

Google Adwords Spend as much or as little as you want to get your message and information out to the public. You only pay when someone clicks on your ad. Here’s an overview of how Google Adwords works.

 

Facebook Fan Page  If you really want to leverage social networking and promote yourself, business or organization, then creating a Facebook Fan Page is a great way to go. You control the message and allow your “fans” to respond. You can even delete fan comments that are “unfortunate.” Remember, every time someone shares something from your fan page on their Facebook page, your audience goes up exponentially, meaning more people than you ever imagined are seeing your message and are becoming potential clients. Learn more about Facebook Fan Pages and get step by step directions on setting up your practice’s fan page.

 

LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network with over 75 million members and growing rapidly. LinkedIn connects you to your trusted contacts and helps you exchange knowledge, ideas, and opportunities with a broader network of professionals. Connect with professional sources of referrals and others who can help you advance your career

  • Q&A (Coming Soon!)

    CTAMFT receives questions on a daily basis -- from questions about supervision to inquiries about membership.  The answers to these questions may be of assistance to you as well.  

     

    Coming soon is a new page of questions with answers to those responses.  

     

    As always, don't hesitate to contact us to let us know how we're doing and/or if you have any questions at manager@ctamft.org.

  • Elections Update

    Early this spring, we ran our annual elections.  We had a great deal of members running for open positions.  And while everyone was highly qualified, our membership has voted and made their selections.  Please join me in welcoming your newest Executive Team Members and Directors.  Their term begins in July.  If you would like to learn more about the new additions to our leadership team please link here

     

    Heather Ehinger was elected to serve as our incoming President-Elect. Heather will serve one year as President-Elect and move into the President position in July 2015.

     

    Maryann LaBella has been elected to serve as our new Legislative Liaison.  In addition, Roxanne Pomeroy has graciously agreed to Chair the Legislative Committee for Maryann.

     

    Nicole O’Brien has been elected to serve as a Director.

     

    Wendy Haggerty has been elected to serve as a Director.

     

    Eve Hornstein has been elected to serve as our Pre-Clinical Representative.

     

    Michelle Triompo has been elected to serve as CTAMFT’s Student Representative.

  • THANK YOU FOR MAKING OUR 2014 CONFERENCE A SUCCESS!

    The New Brain Science of Connection

    April 24-25, 2014 at the Trumbull, CT Marriott

      

    Please link here to read more about the 2014 Annual Spring Conference.

  • SAVE THE DATE!

    2015 Annual Spring Conference

    April 30-May 1, 2015

  • CEU Opportunity: Social Media Workshop
    Video Download #1

    Available NOW in Store

     

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