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The Busy Fall Season for Therapists, Psychologists, and Social Workers

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  Are you ready for the busiest time of the year in your private practice? We all get the sense that business picks up in the fall. The rise in activity in autumn is common in most industries. However, it’s not always clear just how much busier we really are all in the fall. Often times we’re left guessing exactly ...

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Introducing our Student and New Grad Program!

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Is there any time more exciting and scary than leaving school and starting your career? You’ve been a hard working student for a long time now, and the world should be your oyster. However, setting out on that career path can be tough. The reality is that sometimes people just need a little help to get started… Well we have ...

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A Better Way to Manage your Contacts: Circle of Care

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  What’s the best way to manage your client contact information? Owl has introduced Circle of Care, a dynamic contact information storage system that provides extensive benefits for therapists. Circle of Care allows you to: Organize all of your contacts and contact information Store multiple Alternate Contacts Specify the exact relationship type, including a fully customizable field Create Linked Accounts ...

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Work From Anywhere with Owl Practice

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  Are you enjoying your summer vacation? Just kidding, mental health professionals don’t get vacations, right? There’s always something else to do, cases to be updated, patients to see. Taking a day off from the office is a big enough deal. Trying to imagine a full week away would be totally impossible… Unless you could take the office with you! ...

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Signatures on Practice Documents

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How can you benefit from automatic signatures on practice documents? As a therapist, psychologist, or social worker, you already know that signatures are an integral part of record keeping. Many practice documents need to include the client’s name or unique identifier, the date, and your signature as evidence that you created the record. However, now you can maintain proper records ...

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