First, I want to give a big THANK YOU to everyone who has supported me by visiting my website! Building the website was definitely a labor of love that my wife gratefully led. She was happy to be able to use all of those pictures on our phones where we tried to capture that perfect moment… only to get the back of our kids' heads instead.
I really appreciate feedback I've received about the website. Friends, co-workers, and clients have helped me fix typos, broken links, and other issues to make the website better. They have also provided invaluable insight for how to improve the clarity and usability of the website.
Two recent additions are the direct result of this honest feedback:
The addition of the Clients tab.
The ability to subscribe to this blog.
I have experience and competency working with people at different ages. However, I learned from folks who visited the website that it seemed to focus more on children and adolescents – maybe it was all of those back of my kids’ head photos. To address this, I added a Clients page to outline my training and competencies with children and adolescents, adults, and caregivers.
The blog subscription was a complex challenge my better half tackled head-on. After reading forums and testing products, she added the subscribe button – which you see as the gray triangle at the bottom right of your screen. If you don’t want to miss a post, simply enter your email address and you will receive each new post in your inbox. I promise to not use this list for any means other than sending out the newest blog posts.
Thank you again for your feedback and support. It was a huge decision to enter into private practice after 9 years (!!!) at the University of Rochester, and I am eagerly awaiting July 11 when I will see my first patients in my new office. I've been really looking forward to this day.
I will leave you today with another aforementioned back-of-the-head-kid-photography gem for your viewing pleasure.