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Online Speech Therapy Games
  • Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Online Speech Therapy Games

Online speech therapy games are great for home practice and teletherapy (aka telehealth) and add another mode of learning. This blog will review 12 fun online speech therapy games and resources that therapists can utilize with children either during office or telehealth visits....


Online Teletherapy Resources
  • Monday, June 22, 2020

Online Teletherapy Resources

These teletherapy resources are free, open ended and adaptable by any therapist or counselor and require almost zero preparation. Short animated films are a total hidden gem in the pediatric teletherapy world. These videos usually do not have dialogue, so they allow for open-ended conversation. This blog will review how to use short films in teletherapy and a list of our top YouTube videos....


Tips for Early Intervention Telepractice
  • Sunday, June 7, 2020

Tips for Early Intervention Telepractice

This blog provides practical tips for early intervention telepractice (teletherapy), using a weekly parent interview. If you’re a therapist working with the 0-3 population via telepractice for the first time, you may be worried about filling up the whole session time. Well first off; you’re not alone. That’s one of the top reported reasons therapists are worried that telepractice won’t be a good fit for their youngest clients. ...


Private Practice Marketing
  • Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Private Practice Marketing

Private practice marketing is something that psychotherapists, counselors and therapists did not study at school as they go to school to learn to help people. Although the idea of marketing is distasteful to some, the fact is that you can’t perform counseling if you don’t get people in the door. Luckily, getting clients for your private practice is not as difficult as it may seem. Here are some marketing strategies tips and ideas for therapists to help you with your private practice marketing....


Family Therapy Techniques
  • Monday, December 9, 2019

Family Therapy Techniques

Family therapy techniques are ways to address family conflict by improving the communication and interaction of family members. There are numerous family therapy techniques, but four main models dominate the spectrum. This blog reviews the main therapy family techniques: structural, Bowenian, strategic and systematic....


Automatic Credit Card Processing and Billing for Therapists
  • Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Automatic Credit Card Processing and Billing for Therapists

Automatic credit card processing for therapists (auto-payment collection) and auto invoicing are now available in TheraPlatform! Billing is a big part of running a private practice and sometimes the most time consuming. Think of all time one can spend on creating invoices and superbills, sending them to clients, posting payments and dealing with failed credit card payments. This time can easily add up to a few hours a week or even a day if you own a large practice. ...


Motivational Interviewing for Substance Abuse
  • Monday, October 14, 2019

Motivational Interviewing for Substance Abuse

Motivational Interviewing (MI) for substance abuse, is primarily used to help overcome ambivalence or resistance in hard-to-change behaviors. With its roots in client-centered therapy, motivational interviewing for substance abuse, does not teach specific techniques to overcome problems. As a result, it is often used in conjunction with other therapies as opposed to being the sole intervention. ...


Person Centered Therapy Techniques
  • Monday, October 7, 2019

Person Centered Therapy Techniques

Person centered therapy techniques aka client centered techniques, originally founded by Carl Rogers, put an emphasis on the client as an expert. It posits that people strive toward a state of self-actualization and therapy can help a client reach self-awareness. It is a therapist’s job to create the proper surroundings for a client to become a “fully functioning person”.Let’s look at some techniques a therapist uses in person-centered therapy. ...


Starting a Private Practice in Counseling
  • Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Starting a Private Practice in Counseling

Starting a private practice in counseling requires not only clinical experience but essential tools that will help counselor or therapists to start a private practice and run it smoothly as well. Business plan, space, communication, record keeping, billing, forms, procedures and more are all necessary when starting a private practice in counseling. ...


Text appointment reminders
  • Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Text appointment reminders

Text appointment reminders and a few new improvements are now available in TheraPlatform!! Text appointment reminders are a great way of reducing missed appointments in your private practice and keeping a steady flow of income....


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  • Online Speech Therapy Games

    Wednesday, July 15, 2020

    Online speech therapy games are great for home practice and teletherapy (aka telehealth) and add another mode of learning. This blog will review 12 fun online speech therapy games and resources that therapists can utilize with children either during office or telehealth visits.

  • Preparing Parents for Teletherapy (Telehealth)

    Monday, July 13, 2020

    Teletherapy (telehealth therapy) may be a completely new experience for many of your clients and parents and this blog will review how to prepare parents for teletherapy. Technology, environment, parent involvement and child’s behavior will be addressed to help you prepare your new clients and families for their first teletherapy session.

  • Your Private Therapy Practice during COVID 19: What You Need To Know Going Forward

    Tuesday, June 23, 2020

    Your private therapy practice during COVID 19 is not the same and the therapy world was quite different just a few short months ago. What do you need to know going forward? This blog will review safety of your practice and patients; new policies and procedure that practice owners may consider and alternative approaches to in- person therapy.

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