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IICT Journal

At IICT, we're always striving to give our members quality content that will help them better themselves, better their businesses and better the lives of those around them. The articles you will find here have been written with this in mind, so take a read and feel free to share them with anyone that will find them valuable. 
clock iconPosted Tuesday, 22 June 2021

The Benefits of Establishing Your Unique Selling Proposition (USP)

What is the one thing that makes your therapy business stand out from others in your field? When a client chooses a natural therapy practice, they are likely looking for more than just relaxation or recovery treatment.

clock iconPosted Tuesday, 1 June 2021

Why Your Complementary Therapy Practice Needs Social Media

Social media has become an everyday part of our lives. Most people check their social media multiple times a day. We use it to share ideas, jokes, and make plans with friends. Often, it's also where people go for advice and support on their health struggles as well. 

clock iconPosted Sunday, 16 May 2021

Top Tips for Starting and Keeping a Thriving Complementary Therapy Practice

Also referred to as alternative medicine, complementary therapy practices are becoming more mainstream according to professionals in the health industry. These holistic approaches to better health and wellness include ancient Eastern healing traditions to modern Western herbal medicine, and everything in between.

clock iconPosted Saturday, 1 May 2021

How Blogging Can Take Your Natural Therapy Practice to the Next Level

Two of the most common marketing challenges business owners are are faced with are generating new leads are driving more website traffic. The good news is that there's a simple and inexpensive marketing strategy which can help businesses solve both problems: starting a website blog.

clock iconPosted Tuesday, 23 March 2021

Dealing with Difficult Clients & Staying In Control

In the complementary therapy space, we sometimes deal with negative client reactions. Some clients yell, some insult, some sling hurtful accusations. It may be hard not to take these attacks personally, whether you get angry or it creates self-doubt. You may get upset in the moment and worry about the incident after. All of this is normal, whether your first difficult client is in your first week or years into your experience as a therapist. 

clock iconPosted Tuesday, 23 March 2021

IICT Member Spotlight

Being a professional body for complementary therapists that supports a wide breadth of modalities worldwide, it's no surprise IICT has a community of wonderful members. In the coming months, we'll be featuring a collection of 'Member Spotlights' to share, inspire and connect you with people in our community and their stories.

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