If you're a therapist, counselor, or practitioner looking to build a Squarespace website for your private practice, then you definitely need to check out these templates and why they're the perfect starting point for you.
I handpicked these templates from the Squarespace gallery, and I tried my best to explain the pros and cons of each template so you can decide if it's best for you.
Before you read on, I previously compiled a list of successful therapist websites examples and analyzed which website builders they use for their site.
Feel free to check them out.
With that out of the way, let's dive right in.
Out of all the templates listed here, I would say Clove is the most feature-ready Squarespace template for therapists, counselors, and health center consultants. It got a number of layouts and features that are important for you to promote your service, including but not limited to:
I reckon this template will save you the most time setting up a website for your practice, given how tailored this template is for therapists in general.
Overall, a well-thought-out template dedicated to therapists, counselors, and health center consultants.
Almar is a close second for the best Squarespace templates for therapists. Both Almar and Clove share a lot of similar features, such as a booking form and a pre-built blog.
The key difference is that Almar seems to suit therapists or consultants who are interested in building a personal brand, as the template puts emphasis on featuring your profile, highlighting your past clients, and driving customers to book a consultation with you.
A great template for therapists, counselors, and consultants who want to build a personal brand.
Randi is the simplest website template out of this list here, simply because it's just a single page to help you book consultations with clients.
This is also called a landing page, where people land on the page to perform a single objective, which in this case is to book a session with you, hopefully.
Once set up, you can link this page on your LinkedIn profile, Instagram, Linktree, or any link-in-bio tool you use.
A simple one-page booking page to be used on link-in-bio profiles.
Myhra is similar to Almar in that it's catered to consultants, counselors, or therapists, except that it's also suited for wellness consultants who want to build a creative business as well.
Mainly because this template includes a few features that enable you to offer a variety of products and services, such as 1:1 coaching, online courses, and webinars.
This site also includes a pre-built membership page if you wish to invite your community to sign up.
For therapists, consultants, and wellness coaches who want a more brand-focused website or want to sell products of their own.
Degraw was originally built for finance consultants, but it can easily be adapted for therapists as well.
While the template is simplistic, it has a number of clean but professional layouts to highlight your services, customers' testimonials, and your blog articles.
It also has a pre-built booking page for clients to schedule a consultation or counseling session with you.
A simple branded site for therapists with a writing portfolio.
Lusaka was originally built for an NGO, but in my opinion, it can be transformed into a branded site for a private practice center or a therapist group/organization.
This template has dedicated layouts and pages for highlighting the company's vision, past projects (or clients), and your team of professional therapists.
Bear in mind that this template does heavily rely on professional images and photographs to infuse personality into the site.
A great starting template for therapist organizations and wellness groups.