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Spring Cleaning Tips for Therapists

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All mental health professionals know about the heavy toll that winter can take on their clients—and possibly themselves. Seemingly never ending dark days and cold weather can really weigh you down after a while. Thankfully, the days are getting longer, the weather is slowly getting warmer, and the best way to say goodbye to SAD is to do a good ...

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Tax Tips for Therapists

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Are you ready for everyone’s favourite season? No, not spring. Tax season! Yes, tax season is upon us again. It’s the time of year when, no matter how well prepared you think you are, you’re probably still going to be panicking to get everything filed in time. Tax season can be a remarkable source of stress for just about everyone, ...

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Go Green With Owl Practice

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Do you know how long our society has been discussing the paperless office? Believe it or not, we’ve been talking about it for over 40 years now! In 1975, a Business Week article suggested that personal computers would eventually lead to the end of paper documents in the office. Oh, how people laughed and laughed at the very thought! They ...

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How Owl Practice is Helping Canadian Therapists: Year in Review

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In the high pressure and high stakes world of mental health care, do you ever feel like there aren’t enough hours in the day to get everything done? We know exactly what that can feel like; looking at the clock and thinking, “Everything needs to be organized and filed before I can head home.” This can be a necessary sacrifice ...

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Planning for Emergencies – Smart Practice Planning for Accidents and Emergencies

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What will happen to your practice if you’re no longer capable of working? This is a situation that anyone in the field of mental health, medicine, and many other professional services must plan for as part of the operation of a private practice. Whether you’re a therapist, psychologist, or social worker, someone has to be responsible for your files and ...

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