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What’s the Difference Between Coaching and Counseling?

For allied health practitioners seeking to support clients with a range of services, it’s essential to understand the distinctions between coaching and counseling.

Doorknob Confessions in Therapy: Handling Last-Minute Revelations

Let’s look at the underlying motivations behind doorknob confessions and explore practical strategies for handling these revelations with sensitivity and efficacy.

How to Start a Therapy Private Practice

Starting a therapy private practice can be an exciting venture filled with opportunities for growth and impact. This article outlines some crucial steps to help you launch and grow your private therapy practice successfully.

How to Write SOAP Notes for Occupational Therapy

In occupational therapy, SOAP notes serve as a communication tool for recording the details of each session, contributing to continuity and consistency in patient care.

Understanding the 8-Minute Rule

In healthcare billing, there are two main code types: time-based codes and service-based codes. When you understand the distinctions, you’ll be well on your way to mastering the 8-Minute Rule.

How to Write a Therapy Treatment Plan (+ Template)

Among all the information you’ll include in a treatment plan, certain key elements are essential to ensure clarity, efficacy and relevance to client needs.

Why You Need a Professional Will for Your Private Practice

Unforeseen circumstances can strike at any time. Preparing for the worst can give you (and your clients) much-needed peace of mind.

How to Write a Great Referral Thank You Letter

A thank you letter in response to a referral can be a powerful tool for collaborative care. It not only ensures the referrer is up to date with their client’s status, but it also builds a trusting relationship, which usually leads to more referrals.

How to Write BIRP Notes

BIRP notes are a structured method of documenting client or patient interactions in the mental health and counseling fields. The acronym BIRP stands for Behavior, Intervention, Response and Plan.

How to Write a Client Termination Letter

By adhering to ethical standards and employing the tips outlined in this guide, practitioners can navigate terminations with confidence and integrity.

SOAP Note Examples

SOAP notes are a documentation tool that helps ensure clinical notes are recorded accurately. This guide will help you master the art of SOAP note writing, providing you with tools to create proficient and client-centric documentation.

How to Write SOAP Notes

From understanding the subjective experiences of clients to documenting objective data, assessing conditions, and planning for care, we've covered the ins and outs of SOAP notes in client care.

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