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10 Ways Digital Note-Taking Is Better

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  Session documentation and note-taking are things that everyone does differently. You need to do them, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy or your favourite thing to do. Making sure you can review your clients’ progress is vital to understanding how to provide help, but if you’re not one of those people who can write full paragraphs during a session, you’re probably transcribing them ...

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OPA Partners With Owl Practice

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We’ve got a great announcement to make! Read on below to see the message that was sent out to all members of the Ontario Psychological Association (OPA) today. The Ontario Psychological Association is partnering with Toronto-based Owl Practice, a Canadian practice management solution for psychologists, to enable more efficient delivery of mental health services. Partnership & Member Benefit “Psychologists in private practice ...

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Make accounting work for your practice

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As the end of the year approaches, it’s only natural for practice owners to start thinking about how they handle their accounting. After all, if you didn’t have it, you couldn’t support your practice. One thing that I’ve noticed while talking to therapists is that they are often apprehensive about getting started – maybe they’re afraid of or intimidated by the ...

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Saving money with a practice management solution

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At the end of Owl product demonstrations, we typically discuss the pricing plan that is best suited to a particular practice.   While most practice owners immediately understand how 

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Making your accountant happy

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People often ask us if Owl Practice integrates with accounting software like QuickBooks.  This is an important question, and one we’re happy to answer:   Yes, Owl Practice integrates easily with commonly used accounting programs Therapists are not typically former accountants (though I have met some!), so I thought I’d share some perspective on how to make accounting work for ...

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