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Top Organization Tips for Solo Practitioners

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Do you ever feel like your mental health practice is getting a little cluttered? When you’re a solo practitioner, it’s absolutely vital to keep your practice organized. You need to be able to find everything necessary for the smooth operation of your office at a moment’s notice, whether that be an invoice or a client’s emergency contact information. Unfortunately, things ...

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What’s the Ecological Footprint of Your Private Practice?

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Take a look around your office. How much paper do you see? Paperless offices have been promised since the mid-1980s, but it’s only been in the last ten years that those promises have become realized. Today, countless offices and practices around the world are shifting over to paperless workspaces. But why? Well, there are many reasons! Saving the Environment Reducing ...

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How Canadian Therapists Benefit from Our Medications Tracker

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Do you ever have trouble keeping track of your clients’ medications? When we were designing Owl Practice, it was vital to us to ensure that mental health professionals would always have the information they need right at their fingertips. This philosophy became the foundation of how we set up client profiles. When you enter a client’s profile, you will find ...

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Practicing Gratitude in a Changing World

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Are you starting to feel a little burned out as a mental health professional? Across the world, people are experiencing continual strain because of COVID-19. Even though vaccines have been a point of hope for many, the virus is still spreading and people are still isolated. As a result, mental health issues are increasing, as people do their best to ...

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Feature Update | Intake and Consent Forms

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Do you ever struggle with getting your clients to fill out and sign your intake and consent forms? Bringing on a new client is supposed to be a time of celebration, but it can often end up being a frustrating process. Onboarding new people into your practice management solution isn’t something you can do alone; you need their help. Their ...

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