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Updating Your Browser

Updating Your Browser

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What web browser do you use on a daily basis? Your choice of web browser is more important than you may think. Back in the 90s, you really only had a choice between two browsers: Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator. In today’s software ecosystem, there are dozens of different options of browsers, some better than others. But did you know ...

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How Online Booking and the Client Portal Can Help your Practice

How Online Booking and the Client Portal Can Help your Practice

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If you add it all up, how much time do you spend on administration? We’re not talking about while you’re in a session or writing your notes afterward. It’s the time you spend arranging the next appointment or attempting to get your client to fill out all the necessary intake forms. This kind of administrative work takes up a lot ...

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Mindfulness & Productivity During the Summer Time

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Do you remember your summers as a child? Nothing was more exciting than when summer vacation hit. No more teachers, no more books… You were free to do whatever you wanted! You could spend time with your friends, play sports, dive into video games… It was utter freedom. Today, well, not so much. As adults, we have jobs—or in your ...

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Gender Diversity – An Important New Feature from Owl Practice

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Owl Practice is very happy to introduce an important new feature to our client profiles: Custom Gender Fields. This recent update will offer flexibility to mental health professionals, giving them the ability to make their client intake process more accurate and appropriate. Rather than selecting from specific gender identity options in a dropdown menu, therapists can now fill in a ...

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Family Therapy

How Owl Practice Can Help You Facilitate Family Therapy

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Do you always get along with your family? Family dynamics can be incredible complex. It’s true with any group of individuals that spends a lot of time together, and even more so when there’s that familial connection; each individual family member relates differently with every other member on a one-to-one basis. Then when everyone sits down at the table for ...

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