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Tips for Working from Home

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Do you feel like you just can’t be productive while working from home? Countless people across the country are discovering that working from home isn’t as easy as it looks. Without your usual daily routine and commute to help you switch into “work mode”, it can be hard to find the discipline to start your workday. And then there are ...

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Video Therapy: Work From Anywhere!

Video Therapy: Work From Anywhere!

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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 ...

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Start Saving 12 Hours a Month Now

Start Saving 12 Hours a Month Now

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If you streamlined the way you manage your private practice, how much time do you think you could save? We’ve collected data from mental health practitioners across Canada and the results have been a revelation! Client feedback and hard data is key to us at Owl Practice. We want to understand what each workday, week, and month is really like ...

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Join TherapyOwl Today: Canada's Fastest Growing Therapist Directory

Join TherapyOwl Today: Canada’s Fastest Growing Therapist Directory

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Have you joined TherapyOwl yet? There are countless people in desperate need of mental health aid who don’t know how to find a therapist. They might try to go online but most information is decentralized and hard to sift through. Nowadays, there can also be a distinct lack of trust as to the content that comes up in a Google ...

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Keeping Mindful During the Time of Coronavirus

Keeping Mindful During the Time of Coronavirus

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It’s stunning how fast things can change. Just a few weeks ago, we were reading the news about a new virus on the other side of the world. Full-fledged hospitals were being constructed in mere days to handle the incoming patients. It was scary, but it was very far away and didn’t seem like something we needed to worry about… ...

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