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What 2020 Has Taught Us About Running a Virtual Private Practice

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Do you run your private practice differently today than you did at the beginning of the year? From shutdowns to masks to social distancing restrictions, everyone needed to make some big changes in 2020. Thanks to the pandemic, small businesses like private mental health practices were forced to close their doors early in the year, and it took a lot ...

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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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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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Take Advantage of Owl's Referral Program

Take Advantage of Owl’s Referral Program

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As an Owl Practice user, why not take advantage of our referral program? Whether you’re a newly-minted therapist just getting your practice up and running, or you have an established practice, saving a few dollars is always welcome! And if you can help some of your peers in the process, even better! Not only can Owl Practice save you upwards ...

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Best Practices for Therapists in 2019

Best Practices for Therapists in 2019

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We’re already well into 2019; have you been sticking to your New Year’s Resolutions? Frankly, we find New Year’s Resolutions to be more trouble than they’re worth. Instead, we like to think about “best practices.” By focusing on best practices, you can improve things across the board at your mental health practice, keeping you on track for a fabulous 2019. ...

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