Free resources, blog posts, and downloadable guides and checklists available for your healthcare clinic, community organization, agency, or practice.
Practice Management Resources
Practice management involves administrative organization, marketing, and documentation to keep your practice running smoothly and successfully. These resources and blog posts will help you make the most of your practice management efforts.
Insurance Billing Resources
Insurance billing can be a confusing, time-intensive process that has direct effect on the financial health of your practice. These resources and blog posts will help ensure successful billing for your organization.
Telehealth is rapidly becoming a common delivery model for healthcare. Adapting to this new technology can be a little tricky, but our resources are here to help.
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Stop the Spiral: How to Promote a Healthy Mindset
When patients experience anxiety, depression, and other mental health conditions, their thoughts can seem to spiral out of control. However, with the right support from mental health providers, patients can cultivate a healthy mindset.
It’s Okay to be a “Grinch”: Why the Holidays Can be Hard on People
For people who are struggling with mental health issues, the holidays can be a particularly difficult time. Mental health providers should be aware of the potential stressors their clients may face during this time of year and be prepared to offer support.
How Can I Encourage Men to Build Positive Communities?
Men have historically not been allowed to form safe, accepting, and loving communities with one another or other people.
It’s Not a Competition – Why Do Some People Minimize Their Trauma?
As therapists, you know that many clients attempt to cope with trauma by minimizing the experience, placing distance between themselves and the event, and attempting to bury the trauma somewhere where they might not feel it.
Suicide Prevention Strategies Therapists Can Use Outside of Sessions
Working with clients suffering from depression means you will innately come across an individual battling suicidal thoughts. It is estimated that 60% of people who commit suicide have major depressive disorder.
How Can Professional Unification Benefit Mental and Behavioral Health Providers
Professional unification could provide a way to streamline mental health services and make them more accessible and effective.