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A Look at Our Client Portal

A Look at Our Client Portal

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What does “user experience” mean to you? Consider your favourite thing about staying in a nice hotel. Often, it’s walking into an impressive lobby. The lobby of a nice hotel is designed to give you a feeling of awe and grandeur. This welcoming feeling promises that everything about your experience at the hotel will be fantastic. Online, we may not ...

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Report on Private Practice in Canada

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Get ready for in-depth analysis of today’s private practice industry. Find understandings of how other mental health care practices operate and optimize their businesses in Owl’s 2018 Trends Report. At Owl Practice, we’re big believers in data. We’ve compiled a report focused on the Canadian private mental healthcare industry in the past year. We wanted to take a deep dive ...

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Owl Promotion - Get 50% Off Your First Month for New Clients!

Owl Promotion – Get 50% Off Your First Month for New Clients!

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Are you ready to get a kickstart for 2019? If you want to set yourself up for success in the new year starting right now, this promotion is for you! Rather than wait for the inevitable year-end crunch, you can get started with Owl at a discount right now. Sign up for a paid Owl plan before November 27th, 2018 ...

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Only at Owl

Only at Owl!

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Have you heard about Owl Practice, the practice management solution for therapists, psychologists, and social workers and wondered what makes it so special? Good question! There are some other services out there who offer some of the functionality of Owl Practice but none of them are quite like Owl. So what makes us different? Why should you place your practice’s ...

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New Year’s Resolutions for Therapists, Psychologists & Social Workers

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Do new year’s resolutions work? Well no, not really. In the field of mental health, you probably caution your clients not to set unrealistic, overnight expectations. Instead, you probably advise that they make small but distinct and conscious positive lifestyle changes. The same can be true for yourself when looking at your practice management in the dawn of the new ...

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