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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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Owl Practice is Proud to be Canadian

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With Canada Day fast approaching, we are reflecting on what makes us proud to be Canadian. Canadian Partner Did you know that Owl Practice was started in a Toronto psychologist’s office? Since day one, we have worked in tandem with Canadian mental health professionals to help them manage their practices more efficiently. We understand the unique needs of the mental ...

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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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Benefits of an Online Intake and Consent Process

Benefits of an Online Intake and Consent Process

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Wouldn’t it be nice if your client intake process was a little less complicated? Since first introducing our services a few years ago, Owl Practice has completely revolutionized the way that mental health professionals handle their practice’s administration. Thousands of Canadian therapists have relied on Owl for years to store all of their practice data online and help streamline their ...

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Spring Cleaning Tips for Therapists

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All mental health professionals know about the heavy toll that winter can take on their clients—and possibly themselves. Seemingly never ending dark days and cold weather can really weigh you down after a while. Thankfully, the days are getting longer, the weather is slowly getting warmer, and the best way to say goodbye to SAD is to do a good ...

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