The results of the 2018 annual Family Therapy Basics reader survey are in! We collected 118 survey responses in one week.
I was surprised by some of the information you provided, as well as encouraged by your positive and affirming feedback. Thank you so much for taking the time to tell me about your experience as a reader and blog subscriber!
I take your feedback to heart, and I review your answers when I’m considering what to create next for the library, the blog, as well as other services, to ensure that they will meet your needs.
Here are the survey details:
(If you’d like to compare this answer’s to last year’s, here are the results from 2017).
How old are you?
Please identify your gender.
What is your professional discipline?
What is your work setting?
How did you find Family Therapy Basics?
What blog topics most interest you?
Are you subscribed to the Family Therapy Basics email list?
Woo hoo! Almost everyone who answered is on the FTB email list. If you’d like to receive blog posts via email, sign up here.
How often do you visit the Family Therapy Basics website?
Do you follow Family Therapy Basics, or Ili Walter, on social media?
This answer was very surprising! I assumed that most email subscribers followed me on social media. I’m so glad I asked this question. It showed me how important it is to stay in touch via email, as well as to be present on social media.
If you answered “yes” above, on which platforms?
What are your current professional goals?
How has Family Therapy Basics been a helpful resource?
“You have provided information and inspiration to me and many others. It's exciting to see your business grow!”
“Topics are relevant (family work, supervision setup) and responses feel personal.”
“It has helped me to develop my private practice in various ways. And, it has expanded my personal/professional development.”
“Valuable information and helps me to think about new ideas.”
“The perspectives are great and the information offered and highlighted is so useful.”
“I enjoy the blog posts by an established professional, it helps supplement my education.”
“Learn new things, remember importance of self care, increased knowledge and sense of community.”
“Two ways: approaches to take with clients as well as how to take care of myself as a therapist.”
“It has been helpful to have another clinician be intentional and transparent in her journey as a therapist in a manner that is non-threatening and opens internal (and external) dialogue in the reader.”
“It’s helped me to start my own private practice while still working full time in a residential treatment setting.”
Share your feedback!
If you didn’t get a chance to complete the survey, and you’d like to share your feedback, please contact me, or leave a comment below.