The Therapist Practice Series - Part 6: Managing your Cash flow

In previous articles, we talked about how to prepare your practice for success. From structure, to marketing, to client management. This week, we talk about a central part of your practice: cash-flows. The business of therapy has a different structure than traditional businesses. As a therapist, your revenue comes from two main sources: clients and insurance companies. In this blog post, we will go over best practices to get paid depending on your structure and who pays you.

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The Therapist Practice Series - Part 5: Managing Your Workflow

As we discussed in Part 4, digitizing your practice will save you time and money. It will also give a more flexible and pleasant experience to your customers. In this article, we explain how to maximize your workflows and make the most of our connected world.

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The Therapist Practice Series - Part 4: Managing Client Interactions

As we've seen in Part 2 and Part 3, the world has become connected on all levels. People use the internet to find information and interact with loved ones. They also rely on it to manage their work, finances, health and more.

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The Therapist Practice Series - Part 3: Counseling and Content Marketing

February 22, 2016

Homepage of Isabella Mori’s

blog; Isabella is a Vancouver-based counselor.

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Therasoft's first review in 2016

January 13, 2016

Review Title
Excellent, simple and intuitive software, and great people to work with.

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Announcing Therasoft Jumpstart Program – Ultimate Toolbox for Therapists

December 07, 2015

Therasoft Online was developed based on extensive research. With a user base specializing in every type of therapy from pediatric to geriatric, we have the best resource pool of therapists, counselors, social workers and psychologists nationwide. Our goal was to help them build a successful practice by helping them solve real world challenges in social media marketing, practice management and electronic billing. The result is a user friendly, efficient and secure therapy practice management system.

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The Power of Inclusion (and Exclusion)

November 30, 2015

 

Talk to any middle school or high school girls and they will tell you about the power of inclusion and exclusion. Today, girls are guided by their ability to connect to a group, and they have an intense need to feel that they belong.

Many classic clinical research projects have focused on the issues of inclusion and exclusion.

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The Therapist Practice Series - Part 2: Marketing a Counseling Practice

November 24, 2015

Before the digital age, therapists didn't need to market their practice. They used to rely on word-of-mouth and proximity to find new customers. But times have changed. Today people are one click away from any piece of information they need. They can find a complete lists of all the therapists available in their area within minutes. They use social media to ask friends and family for recommendations. And they can find reviews about a specific practitioner on Facebook, Yelp or Google in no time.

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The Power of a Smile

November 09, 2015

Smiles—do they have meaning?

Are you one of those people who puts a smile on your face when you know it’s not genuine?  Does your face tell people that your smile is something that is forced and stiff? Or does your smile shine from within and tend to bring people closer to you?

You might be surprised that recent studies have shown that a “genuine” smile can enhance and benefit your life in ways that you might not realize. In fact, a genuine smile just might help you live a longer and happier life.

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The Therapist Practice Series - Part 1: Holistic Strategy for Success

September 28, 2015

While success has different meanings for different people, for the purpose of this series we will use it as a way to measure how well you build, run and grow a profitable private practice specializing in Mental Health. It means not only being successful at what you do, which is providing mental health services, but also being successful at running the business itself. Below is a list of courses taught to MBA students preparing themselves to be successful business professionals at the Harvard Business School:

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