Sometimes not everyone is completely ready to embrace and welcome the many benefits that technology can bring. However, mental health providers across the globe are becoming more and more open.  Their interest has been piqued by a variety of beneficial new ways that they can assist their patients and help them to run more efficient practices, too.

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When it comes to spring cleaning, everyone loves to jump right in. We like to pull out the broom and dustpan and start on our homes and even our offices. (In fact, you can check out our article for therapists: 5 Ways to “Spring Clean” Your Therapy Practice.) Doing some physical cleaning can even do wonders for clearing our minds and relieving some stress.

But what if you want to take things a few steps further, and really renew your well-being and your mental health? Finish reading our guest post on Pick the Brain, and learn six steps for a mental spring cleaning that just about anyone can do! (Plus, there’s no dusting involved!)

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The world is really changing around us, whether we are relatively willing to change with it. If we even watch the evening news in passing, we are sure to see a dozen things that we have never seen happening before, letting go of many idealizations that we once held.

However, healthcare is also making a few changes. Integrated care is stepping forward and providing options for mental health that some patients have never had before. And there couldn’t possibly be a better time.

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As integrated care becomes a more popular healthcare model, it becomes more and more apparent that mental health screenings are extremely important. In a primary care setting, sometimes these screenings can even be the very start of a positive outcome in a patient’s treatment. So, let’s explore even more reasons why mental health screenings are a MUST!

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Technology is so important these days, touching every aspect of our lives. However, it is become nearly irreplaceable in the healthcare industry, where everyone, from physicians to office personnel, depends on technology to provide the best possible care to their patients in a timely, efficient manner. This is especially the case for primary care physicians, who now have access to a variety of apps that can be beneficial to them in so many ways.

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At the end of each year, people begin to think about New Year’s resolutions. They can be different for everyone, often including ideas like losing weight or being friendlier to co-workers. You may even be thinking about continuing your education or making an effort to travel more. When it comes to therapists, resolutions can be very important. This is especially the case when you are willing to put the work in and really try for a positive change in your practice.


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Technology is changing the way therapy can be used almost every day. Imagine a tool that many therapists are starting to utilize that keeps patients on track in between face-to-face appointments with a few surveys on how they’re feeling that particular day, or a sliding scale questionnaire to monitor their emotions. Read a candid, first-hand account of how using this technology can be extremely beneficial to a patient’s treatment, providing a brand new outlook on today’s face of therapy.

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The holiday season creates moments that people look forward to all year long, and it’s easy to see why. This is a time when families and friends can get together to share a wonderful meal, attend parties and make new memories. However, with so much hustle and bustle, stress and anxiety can rear their ugly heads, threatening to disrupt the festivities. Take a look at five ways to navigate these stressful situations, so that you have plenty of time to enjoy the holidays.

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It seems that trying to help the environment is becoming more and more a priority for all types of businesses across the globe, and going paperless is a wonderful first step! However, ditching the paper can do a lot more for your private practice. In fact, cutting down on the use of paper can keep your office more organized and even help you save a bit of money. Let’s take a look at five steps to get you started!


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While the holidays present a wonderful time to be with loved ones, it can also create a lot of stress. For those who already suffer from anxiety, this season can be especially difficult. With the added pressure of social engagements and additional responsibilities, keeping your emotions in check can often prove to be a bit difficult. However, there are plenty of ways to still manage to enjoy your time with family and friends and still positively support your mental well-being.


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