The moment you’ve been waiting for: SimplePractice for Groups is here!

Written by Trevor Hanson on June 1, 2016

We’ve been working hard the last few months to make SimplePractice for Groups a reality. Many of you love SimplePractice but need the ability to include multiple clinicians in your account. We’ve added these features and more, while maintaining the simplicity of SimplePractice.

We’re excited for you to check it out! Log into your SimplePractice account (or create a new account if you haven’t yet) and head to your account settings. Just make sure you’re on our Monthly Professional Plan. You’ll then be able to head over to your Team Members section to add Clinicians and Clinical Admins.

Here are some questions you may have about SimplePractice for Groups:

How do I get SimplePractice for Groups?
All you need to do is log into your SimplePractice account and head to the Team Members section your account settings. If you don’t see the Team Members section, you’ll need to switch to the Monthly Professional Plan in your Billing Information settings.

We have individual SimplePractice accounts. How do we merge them?
We’ll begin to start merging accounts very soon! You’ll need to make sure your accounts are ready to be merged. Click here to learn about the steps to get ready for your merge.

How do the Clinical Administrator and Clinician Team Member Roles work?
Clinical Administrators will have the ability to set up and change practice settings. They’ll also have access to all clients, clinicians, and reporting in the practice. Clinicians will be able to work with their own clients and have access to clients where they’ve been added as a secondary client. Click here for more details about the Clinical Administrator and Clinician roles.

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About the Author

Trevor is the Support Team Lead at SimplePractice. His focus is on the customer and making sure they get the support they need to have the best experience possible with SimplePractice. Trevor lives in Los Angeles with his extremely photogenic dog Max. Oh and he’s helplessly addicted to Instagram.

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