A year ago today, we launched the Networker Daily—a blog that we hoped would be a source of digital caffeine for therapists every morning. If there’d been an app for it, we would’ve delivered a thermos of coffee and a bagel with each email. We wanted to strengthen the sense of connection we already have with you and, along the way, inform, educate, and inspire the whole Networker community with news of the latest happenings in Therapy World.
Now it’s 12 months and over 300 blogs later. While we’ve received plenty of fan mail, we’ve also gotten more than a few signals that we’ve provided too much of a good thing.
Therapists, like everybody else, already feel that they’re swimming against a floodtide of emails. As interesting as our posts may be, quite a few longtime Networker stalwarts told us they just couldn’t face yet another well-meant blog full of stuff to read.
That’s why we’re stepping back and putting the Daily on hold for the next two weeks.
During that time, we hope you can help us out by letting us know
what would really help you the most.
Is there some other way you’d regularly like to hear about the most recent innovations, practice tips, and other happenings in our field? Maybe a Weekly, rather than a Daily? Maybe there’s some other kind of information you’d like to have that we could supply? Kitten videos? Therapeutic GIFs?
In any event, let us know what might float your boat! After all, we’re therapists and we just can’t stop ourselves from trying to be helpful. But we’d really like to do it in a way that helps
I look forward to hearing from you. Here’s the link to let me know.
Editor, Psychotherapy Networker
PS, We’ll continue to post on the Daily website, so please continue to visit the Daily
to read new articles and download free reports.
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