Feature Updates Archives - Owl Practice Blog

Feature Updates

TherapyOwl – New Client Growth Service

(51) Views

How many new clients have you taken on this year? 2020 has been a terrible year for mental health. With workplace closures, rolling lockdowns, and limits on gatherings, almost every in-person social outlet is unavailable, leaving people feeling lonely and trapped. All of this is a recipe for a mental health pandemic, alongside the coronavirus pandemic. Thankfully, many people are ...

Read Now
Video Therapy: Work From Anywhere!

Video Therapy: Work From Anywhere!

(398) Views

Video Therapy may be the ultimate building block in building a “work from anywhere” office. The impact of COVID-19 and social distancing around the world has impacted every industry and business, and that includes the mental health profession. Luckily, even before the pandemic hit, we had been hard at work with a new Video Therapy feature. While mental health practices ...

Read Now
FAQ: Owl's Clinical Measures Feature

FAQ: Owl’s Clinical Measures Feature

(489) Views

Have you tried our new Clinical Measures feature yet? We strive every day to make it easier for you to run your practice. While Owl Practice started as one of the most fully-featured practice management systems available, we’re continuing to get even better! One feature we’ve recently added to the Premium version of Owl has become a hit among our ...

Read Now
A Look at Our Client Portal

A Look at Our Client Portal

(952) Views

What does “user experience” mean to you? Consider your favourite thing about staying in a nice hotel. Often, it’s walking into an impressive lobby. The lobby of a nice hotel is designed to give you a feeling of awe and grandeur. This welcoming feeling promises that everything about your experience at the hotel will be fantastic. Online, we may not ...

Read Now
Everything You Need to Know about our Handwritten Notes

Everything You Need to Know about our Handwritten Notes

(776) Views

Do you prefer taking handwritten notes in your client sessions? If you’re like most therapists, the answer is probably yes. If you take handwritten notes, you probably realize that typing the notes up afterwards isn’t a good use of your time. And saving paper notes is both a security risk and inefficient when it doesn’t link up with your modernized ...

Read Now