Whether you’re considering going all-in with teletherapy or simply expanding your services, here’s what you need to know about how to start a teletherapy practice.
Cognitive processing therapy, or CPT, is a research-supported treatment used to help individuals with trauma histories. Here’s who it can help and why it works.
Here’s what to know about confidentiality rules, when you might be compelled to break confidentiality in counseling, and how to protect yourself and your practice.
Whether you’re a new therapist or one who’s been practicing for decades, you’ll benefit from these ten books every therapist should read.
BIRP is an acronym for the four areas of documentation that this progress note format covers: Behavior, Interventions, Response, and Plan. Here’s how to use it.
Struggling to reach a teen client? Here are three creative ways to build rapport and ten engaging teen therapy activities that encourage adolescents to open up.
In this post, we explore the factors affecting insurance reimbursement rates for mental health and how to determine what you’ll be paid for the services you provide.
Recalling the common mental health ICD-10 codes is difficult. In this post, we offer a mental health ICD-10 cheat sheet you can use as a reference in your practice.
Learn why using accurate CPT codes for billing mental health services is so essential and see the common mistakes that therapists often make when billing.
The ICD-10 and DSM-5 easily confuse therapists since they’re both mental health diagnostic codes. Here are the differences and what you need to know when using them.
Understanding mental health billing codes will help you optimize your billing so you can focus on what matters most: providing quality care to your clients.
In this post, we share an extensive list of common interventions as well as intervention words to use in your progress notes so you’re never at a loss for the perfect one.
In this post, we look at examples of how transference and countertransference show up in therapy and how to effectively deal with each.
Childhood can impact how clients learn to respond to relationships and life stressors later in life. Here are five proven techniques for treating attachment trauma.
In this guide, we share tips to help you write better group therapy notes and the five essentials most payers require for reimbursement.
An affordable EMR can help you make your mental health practice more efficient, resulting in a higher claims acceptance rate and improved client satisfaction.
How do you make sure the people in your area are always thinking about you? You want to know that whenever anyone near you needs mental health services, they think about you and call you first.
Creating effective notes for your therapy sessions doesn’t have to be a daunting task. Many clinicians have found that using DAP notes is the best way to take notes is a quick, useful, and effective manner. Of course, before using DAP notes you’ll need to understand the basics behind them and get a few tips for how you can use the technique for your notes.
If you’ve ever wondered what a clinician’s secret is to managing their business and their clients, the likely answer is the practice management software they use every day. What is practice management software?
If you want to learn and grow as a therapist but don't have time, this list of therapy podcasts for therapists is for you. Pick your favorite today.
What is secondary insurance and how are secondary claims billed? Learn all about how to handle billing secondary payers.
What private practice billing services are available for mental health providers, and which one is best? Read on to learn about your insurance billing service options.