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TherapyOwl – New Client Growth Service

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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 ...

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How to Reduce Missed Appointments

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Is there any worse feeling than realizing that you forgot an important appointment? Every time you get hit with a wave of guilt and shame, worried that you just wasted someone’s time. Often, that’s what happens when a client forgets about an appointment with their mental health professional. Depression and other mental health conditions can dramatically impact memory, sometimes resulting ...

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Modernizing Your Private Practice

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2020 has been a BIG year for innovation! Over the last year, the workplace has changed in significant ways. Many people are now working remotely at home, video conferencing is on the rise, and more business gets done online than ever. Thankfully, many of the most popular features Owl Practice offers made this transition much easier for countless mental health ...

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Make the Last Months of 2020 Your Most Organized Ever!

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Is it safe to say that we’re all looking for a little more control over our lives right now? 2020 started well, but since March, things have not entirely gone according to plan. Mental health professionals around the country had to completely change the way they handled appointments, going from in-person sessions to virtual video conferences. Today, therapists and other ...

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Why Video Therapy is Here to Stay

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Are you back in the office yet, offering in-person therapy sessions? Or are you still running your practice primarily online? To say 2020 has been a challenge is an understatement. Every business in the world was hit with unexpected shutdowns, including mental health practices. One-on-one sessions were suddenly out of the question, as were group sessions due to social distancing ...

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