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Taking Care of Your Own Mental Health, So You Can Be There For Your Clients

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Are you taking care of your mental health? We’re sure you’ve noticed how the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a demand for mental health care like never before. Social isolation, anxiety, loss of income, and a fear of illness have resulted in a mental health pandemic on top of the physical one we’re currently experiencing. Fortunately, with the help of ...

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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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2019 Business Trends Report

2019 Business Trends Report

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Have you downloaded our annual report on the Private Practice mental health industry in Canada? We work with thousands of mental health clinics and practices across the country and have accumulated a tremendous amount of data about the mental health industry. We’ve taken all of that data about sessions, payments, and clinical note trends and compiled it into a detailed ...

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How to Improve Billing Efficiency

How to Improve Billing Efficiency

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What invoicing solution do you use at your practice? Effectively running a mental health practice can be complicated. There are so many moving parts, and if a single one stops working correctly, it can result in chaos that will take days to set right. By far, one of the most critical parts of any practice is invoicing and billing. After ...

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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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