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Author Archives: Andrew Sloss

The Value of Practice Management vs. a Caffé Latte

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These days, the price of a cup of coffee can really start to add up. Have you made note of the most recent prices at Starbucks? A caffé latte can easily run you $3 to $5 a day, depending on the size, if it’s a fancy seasonal flavour, and other extras. When you start to think about $3 or more ...

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Why Not Be An Early Owl?

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Are you a psychologist, social worker, or therapist in Canada? Owl Practice is Canada’s comprehensive practice management solution. From client appointments, session notes, and invoices to scanned documents, to-do lists, and online booking, Owl Practice helps your practice achieve PHIPA and College compliance. Rather than wait for the inevitable year-end crunch, why not get started now? We’ve made it easy ...

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Managing Stress in your Practice

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We all experience stress, and stress is likely one of the leading topics that you speak about with your clients on a daily basis. With November 2nd being Stress Awareness Day, it’s a good time for us all to reflect on the role that stress plays in not only our clients’ lives, but in our own. Stress Awareness Day was ...

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3 Reasons to Consider Online Booking For Your Practice

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Have you considered an online booking system for your practice? If you’re a busy psychologist, social worker, or therapist, the process of managing client appointments is one of the most important components of your day-to-day practice administration. You may be a single practitioner who manages your own schedule, or you might have a receptionist who books appointments for your office. ...

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How to be more Present in your Practice

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If you’re like most therapists, you’re in the habit of discussing mindfulness with your clients—but where does mindfulness fit into your own day-to-day practice management? We can all benefit from being more mindful, and that’s as true of mental health practitioners as it is of clients. How can you become more present and mindful in the context of your busy ...

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