Therapists Are Just Like Detectives

Therapists Are Just Like Detectives

Discovering clues, checking facts against sources, and evaluating evidence are crucial in solving crimes. They’re also critical skills for treatment … Continued

Social Work is Changing. Why?

In the next ten years, the field of social work is projected to grow 13 percent. Substance abuse and mental … Continued

ICD-10 Changes for 2021

If you work with insurance in your private practice, you already know how intricate that billing process can get. Each … Continued

The Complicated History of OCD

Anyone can have obsessive moments. Plenty of people have walked back up a flight of stairs to double check the … Continued

Why Do Happy People Cheat?

It’s not an uncommon situation for a practitioner to encounter. A couple is happily married—they enjoy each other’s company, communicate … Continued

Delivering Occupational Therapy Via Telehealth

Telehealth occupational therapy—yes, you read that right. You might be thinking, “How am I supposed to facilitate an activity with … Continued

Why I’m Not Attending the Evolution of Psychotherapy

There’s an evolution of psychotherapy happening, and the Evolution of Psychotherapy conference happening later this year is ignoring it. The … Continued

Are You Ready for Permanent Telehealth?

Despite the uncertain circumstances that led a lot of practitioners to use telehealth, many are making the transition to a … Continued

Behind the Scenes: 9 Steps to Creating a New Feature

As one of the Product Managers here at SimplePractice, it’s my job to oversee the ideation, research, development, and release … Continued

Revolutionizing Continuing Education for Mental Health Professionals

Continuing education for mental health professionals is one of those things that every therapist has to deal with. But what … Continued