Already working alongside Educational Psychologists we know what works for these kinds of websites. Most web pages need informational and helpful to the end user. Please visit our website design for Psychologists page after reading this post. We will run through the most crucial aspects for Educational Psychologists to add to their website.
Contact details should be visible on almost every page or at least have a contact telephone number visible. Children or schools might need to contact you urgently as this could be a mother or headmaster needing advice quickly and they might be frustrated.
An about me page would give crucial information about you and your qualifications. Other Educational Psychologists might need your help as they might want to pass work your way. Don’t forget to add a link to your personal LinkedIn page to grow your network.
Assessments/services pages should be broke down onto different pages. You might have web pages named, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Behavioural difficulties etc. each web page should contain signs and symptoms and how you help overcome by CBT or any other therapy. Having pages broke down like this will help your Google page rankings as you are talking about one subject on each page.
It’s a very good idea to have a location page where you can have a map, bus routes and directions to get to your consulting room. If a person gets lost on route they can easily find this valuable information on your website or it’s an easy way to plan their route before they set off.
As you’re an Educational Psychologist you will be asked the same set of questions over and over again. But stating the most common questions and answers on this page, you might reduce the phone ringing to answer these questions.
Easy website navigation
Most important, people need to get from A to B easy. Having easy navigation to get around your website will keep the user browsing your website. If people find it hard what they need they will click away from your website and go elsewhere.
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