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Tax Season for Therapists

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With tax season coming up quickly, are you ready? Doing your taxes—both your personal taxes and those of your private practice—can make for a stressful time. Maybe it’s being presented with a deadline, worrying about money, or just having to do “math”, but most people find doing their taxes to be an overwhelming experience. The key to getting your taxes ...

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Taking Care of Your Own Mental Health, So You Can Be There For Your Clients

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Are you taking care of your mental health? We’re sure you’ve noticed how the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a demand for mental health care like never before. Social isolation, anxiety, loss of income, and a fear of illness have resulted in a mental health pandemic on top of the physical one we’re currently experiencing. Fortunately, with the help of ...

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Tips For Setting Up Your Home Office for Video Therapy

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Are you giving your clients the highest quality video therapy sessions possible? One thing we’ve all learned over the last year is how effectively video conferencing technology can keep us connected. Unfortunately, not all of these services live up to the standards required for video therapy sessions. That’s where Owl Practice comes in! Ever since we introduced our video therapy ...

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Private Practice Trends in 2021: Video Therapy

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Have you tried a video therapy session yet? Due to the pandemic, working from home has become the only way that many people can do their jobs. With that shift came the rise of teleconferencing apps. These apps helped remote employees work together and opened the door for virtual appointments with doctors and other health care professionals. Once the first ...

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Why Choose Owl Practice?

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How do you ensure your mental health practice stays organized? To keep their practices running smoothly, many mental health professionals rely on general project management tools like Trello or Asana. While these can be useful services, they are not specifically designed for mental health practices. Their security might not be up-to-snuff, or they might not have the client management features ...

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