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Plan for Practice Success in 2019 with 1 Month Free of Owl Practice

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We’re big believers in using data to inform business development goals. Goals and business strategies that use data are often more likely to succeed as they are concise and measurable. Setting definitive goals and making an actionable plan will empower you to accomplish all of your practice’s New Year’s resolutions. Owl Practice is here to help every step of the ...

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Report on Private Practice in Canada

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Get ready for in-depth analysis of today’s private practice industry. Find understandings of how other mental health care practices operate and optimize their businesses in Owl’s 2018 Trends Report. At Owl Practice, we’re big believers in data. We’ve compiled a report focused on the Canadian private mental healthcare industry in the past year. We wanted to take a deep dive ...

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Preparing Your Practice for a New Year

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Rather than waiting to make New Year’s Resolutions for a successful private practice in 2019, why not take action now? Most of us realize that New Year’s Resolutions don’t usually work. What is proven to be effected is taking planned incremental steps to achieve a goal. There’s no better way to be prepared for a 2019 goal than by gathering ...

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Owl Practice Celebrates World Mental Health Day

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Are you aware that World Mental Health Day is coming up on Wednesday, October 10th? One of the biggest struggles for people with mental illness is dealing with the stigma that’s attached to it. Although acceptance of mental illness has grown over the last few decades, there’s still a long way to go before it’s widely recognized as a legitimate ...

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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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