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Session Notes Exported Easily!

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For our existing Owl clients, you know about our Data Export feature in your settings – this lets you quickly and easily access just about all of your data at the click of a button. The one piece of data that wasn’t available on that page were your Session Notes – there was no easy way to get ahold of a ...

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Payment Methods in Private Practice

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  One of the important decisions you make in private practice is how to accept payment for your services. Whether you’re old-school and accept cash and cheques only, or you’ve embraced the new online methods like PayPal and eTransfers, choosing the forms of payment that are right for your practice is critical to your success. There are many things to consider when ...

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Linked Accounts for Couples and Family Therapy

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The past weekend, we launched a new Owl feature designed specifically for those of you who do Couples and Family Therapy. It’s called Linked Accounts, and it allows you to describe relationships between individual clients (like, say, a family), manage the attendees for the multi-person appointments, and simplify the associated note-taking. What are Linked Accounts? Linked Accounts let you link two or more ...

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NEW: Linked Accounts for Couple and Family Therapy

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On Sunday evening, we’ll be launching a new Owl feature called Linked Accounts designed specifically for those of you who do Couples and Family Therapy. It allows you to describe relationships between individuals (such as a family), manage the attendees for these multi-person appointments, and simplify associated note-taking. What are Linked Accounts?   Linked Accounts let you link two or ...

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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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