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Mental Health in 2022: A Look Ahead

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Are you prepared for the shift happening in mental health across the country? The last two years have been some of the most difficult mental health-wise for people across the country. During the height of the pandemic, there was incredible social isolation. Elderly people especially faced seclusion that would have been unthinkable a few years ago. Even people who had ...

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Areas of Practice: How Owl Can Help!

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What kind of practice do you run? No two practices are the same. Depending on your specialties, they attract different kinds of people. For example, maybe you’re a general mental health practitioner. In that case, you likely need a practice management solution that offers an excellent balance of scheduling, invoicing, and clinical record organization. But what if you’re more specialized ...

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Why Choose Owl Practice?

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How do you ensure your mental health practice stays organized? To keep their practices running smoothly, many mental health professionals rely on general project management tools like Trello or Asana. While these can be useful services, they are not specifically designed for mental health practices. Their security might not be up-to-snuff, or they might not have the client management features ...

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Access Industry Leading Security for Your Private Practice

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Do you lock the doors of your private practice every night when you head home? We bet you do! Believe it or not, some private practices don’t take the same precautions when it comes to the digital side of things. By having insecure passwords, using poor encryption, and by lacking data backup, they’re essentially leaving their digital door wide open. ...

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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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