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Everything You Need to Know about our Handwritten Notes

Everything You Need to Know about our Handwritten Notes

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Do you prefer taking handwritten notes in your client sessions? If you’re like most therapists, the answer is probably yes. If you take handwritten notes, you probably realize that typing the notes up afterwards isn’t a good use of your time. And saving paper notes is both a security risk and inefficient when it doesn’t link up with your modernized ...

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Save 11.3 Hours a Month with Owl Practice!

Save 11.3 Hours a Month with Owl Practice!

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Do you ever struggle to get out of your therapy practice by the end of the day? Does it feel like you need more time? To a certain extent, that’s just part of the reality of being a mental health professional. There’s always something else that you need to do. There’s updating client notes, coordinating appointments, sending off invoices, or ...

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Owl Practice: Back from the Summer!

Owl Practice: Back from the Summer!

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Even though your school days might be far behind you, does September still have a new year feeling for you? When August rolls around, there used to be that feeling of the first day of school rapidly approaching, like a train rocketing down a tunnel. Some kids dreaded it, some loved it, but everyone got that same feeling in their ...

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Support Gender Diversity with Owl Practice

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At Owl Practice, we believe in inclusivity and representation for everyone. That’s why we’ve developed essential features as part of our client intake process to be accurate and appropriate when it comes to gender diversity. This includes: Custom gender identity fields Preferred name fields Pronoun fields Sex fields Custom Gender Identity Fields Custom gender identity fields offer complete flexibility. Fill ...

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The Value of Effective Note Taking

The Value of Effective Note Taking

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What method do you use to take notes in sessions? As a mental health professional, keeping accurate and comprehensive notes is a vital part of the job. You need to make sure you’re tracking the progress of your patients throughout their sessions and how you take those notes needs attention. You need notes that you’ll be able to read and ...

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