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5 Emotion Regulation Activities for Youth Therapy

Emotional regulation is a skill that everyone needs no matter what they are facing in life. Sometimes the circumstances individuals face, no matter how big or small, lead to an overwhelming emotional toll that not everyone knows exactly how to deal with. The most common moments that people require emotional regulation skills are when they […]

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Behavioral Therapy: REBT Versus CBT

In therapy, there are many different approaches, theories, and techniques that mental health providers use to help their clients navigate circumstances and develop healthy emotional skills. What theories a provider uses may depend on a variety of things like preference, but ultimately boils down to the needs of a particular client. Some lines of thinking […]

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Mental Health Private Practice Sees Insurance Billing Improvement with TheraNest

Established in 2019, Front Porch Counseling is located in Ohio and specializes in a wide range of services from family therapy to substance abuse programs. Now servicing nearly 150 clients, they help individuals across all age groups slow down in today’s fast-past reality. Their mission is to model good, sound, non-judgmental communication and empower their […]

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Denial Management Best Practices

According to the Healthcare Financial Management Association, roughly 65 percent of all denials are not resubmitted. Healthcare providers are not getting reimbursed for all the services they’re providing, leaving money on the table. Often, this is a result of therapists and other providers not having an organized process to manage denials effectively. In this post, […]

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How to Pick Malpractice Insurance for Your Therapy Practice

As a therapist, you face challenging situations regularly. You encounter clients who may be suicidal, children who may be being abused, and learn information in confidence that may pose a threat to someone else’s life. Knowing where the line lies that designates when action should be taken isn’t always clear, exposing you to risk. And […]

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A Therapist’s Guide to Working Remotely

Modern telehealth options have made it easy for therapists to offer services on a remote basis. And clients who travel frequently but want to stay consistent with their therapy schedule have boosted the popularity of remote therapy. But the COVID-19 pandemic has forced therapists offering telehealth services out of their offices and into their homes, […]

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4 Therapeutic Strategies to Help Clients Cope with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

For centuries, many people in colder, cloudier climates have noticed that they feel less cheerful in the fall and winter months. The “winter blues” affect some people more than others, however. In these cases, symptoms go beyond merely feeling down. They can be overwhelming and interfere with a person’s daily activities. It’s estimated that about […]

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How to Be Your Own Biller as a Therapist

Outsourcing your billing offers many benefits, including allowing you to devote your full attention to client care. But if your practice is new, you’re probably not ready to outsource. And there are also benefits to doing your own billing. If you know how to get set up and put processes in place to make things […]

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Top 10 Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Techniques That Work!

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), is popular for its practical system of techniques that are highly effective in treating a wide variety of mental health issues — including PTSD, depression, phobias, and other significant problems. But it’s not just for those who suffer serious illnesses. Anyone who wants to better deal with stress and change their […]

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Why Therapists Should Use HIPAA-Compliant Telehealth Platforms During COVID-19

In an effort to increase access to remote medical services during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) has recently announced that they will exercise enforcement discretion and will not impose penalties for noncompliance with the regulatory requirements of HIPAA Rules against covered health care providers in connection with the good faith […]

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