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How Account Summaries Can Help Your Private Practice

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Have you thought about the value that comprehensive Account Summaries could offer your clients? In our last blog post we looked at how Owl Practice is helping Canadian therapists, psychologists, and social workers prepare for tax season. Another one of the indispensable features that Owl Practice offers are the Account Summaries. Whether it’s during tax season or at year-end, clients ...

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Tax Preparation for Canadian Private Practice

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As someone who owns your own private practice, do you dread tax time? You don’t need to work in mental health to know how stressful tax time can be for the average Canadian. Even someone who is completely prepared, with itemized lists of expenses and every last receipt filed and organized, can get a little panicky around this time of ...

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Can you really save time and get organized with a Practice Management System?

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Can you really save time and get organized with a Practice Management System? What if you could save more than 7 hours each month in your private practice? That’s like saving an entire day each month just from reduced practice administration. What would you do with an extra day every 4 weeks? It’s our goal to find solutions that will ...

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New Year’s Resolutions for Therapists, Psychologists & Social Workers

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Do new year’s resolutions work? Well no, not really. In the field of mental health, you probably caution your clients not to set unrealistic, overnight expectations. Instead, you probably advise that they make small but distinct and conscious positive lifestyle changes. The same can be true for yourself when looking at your practice management in the dawn of the new ...

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Practice Planning for 2017

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New Year Practice Planning for Psychologists, Social Workers, and Therapists It’s hard to believe that 2016 is drawing to a close. Are you starting to think about 2017? This is a great time to look back at 2016 and consider all of the things that have gone well, and also the areas that could use some improvement. Are there steps ...

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