Are you looking for a new electronic health records (EHR) system for your organization? Whether you’re starting from scratch or switching from an existing EHR system, there are important questions executives and mental health clinicians should ask themselves prior to making a final decision.
In school, we learn to not plagiarize. To use someone else’s words is punishable by a failing grade, or even expulsion. Now you have your own private practice, and you still follow the rules and create original content for your website, so you’re fine—right?
It’s not that simple. Google (more…)
This year, my mom finally got her first smartphone. After years and years of resisting it, she finally put a brave face on and confronted her daily fear: mobile technology.
Before the smartphone, Mom had a slide phone – the one where you still needed to press a keypad number (more…)
If you’ve hung out in therapy Facebook or LinkedIn groups for awhile, you’ve surely seen therapists discuss various scams that are going around.
Psychologist Steven Lazarus forwarded this one to me today. He responded to the email, and saw the telltale signs.
I think it’s good for all of us (more…)
We all go through periods of not feeling like pursuing something we’ve committed to, especially if that something doesn’t provide instant rewards or seem worth the time. Blogging can easily become one of these things. It often feels like you’re writing to no one, alone at your desk or in (more…)
If you’re anything like me, when you come across an article — especially one related to how our brains work — you immediately start analyzing how the author’s findings apply to you or your clients’ experiences. I recently came across an article by James Clear, a behavioral science writer, where (more…)
If you’re in private practice, chances are you didn’t get a large tax return this season. As a small business owner myself, I know this time of year can be especially tough.
While money’s usually tight this time of year, it’s still important to continue marketing your practice. The time (more…)
Tons of therapists, life coaches, and psychologists are gravitating toward teletherapy because it offers an easy and accessible way to meet with clients. And now more than ever, face-to-face sessions via screen chats are more reliable, smoother and of increasingly higher quality. There are a ton of benefits to taking (more…)
Guest Post by Daniel Fava
Therapists are a bit like snowflakes. Each one is unique and brings different experiences, training and personality to their private practice.
The same holds true for therapy websites. Each one should be unique and reflect the therapist’s personality and approach to their practice. However, while (more…)