Dear TherapyAppointment Community,
TherapyAppointment was originally built and launched over 10 years ago with one simple goal: to simplify managing my own therapy practice. Imagining the thriving, collaborative community of mental health professionals we are today would’ve seemed an impossible dream.
Yet that’s exactly what we’ve become, and it’s because of you. You’re at the heart of every decision we’ve made and every action we’ve taken. You’re the inspiration, motivation, and directors of the complete upgrade we undertook, now known as TherapyAppointment 2.0. Our goal is simple: making it easier for you to help your clients and your communities.
Today we take another step forward.
I am pleased to announce the launch of our next generation of software, TherapyAppointment 2.0, in December 2018. TherapyAppointment still empowers you to “provide the therapy while we provide the rest,” but TA 2.0 constantly evolves to reduce practice complexities, set new benchmarks for security and HIPAA compliance, and let you do more of what you love.
On December 15th, we’ll introduce the community to TherapyAppointment 2.0 through the launch of our free TA2.0 Training Software.
In this practice environment, you can explore the new system. This can help you get to know TA2.0 before entering actual client information. When you’re ready, we’ll work with you to adopt the new software for daily use.
- On 12/15, you’re invited to create a free account in the TA2.0 Training Software to learn the system and test your processes with fake clients. Your training account is just for practice: current client data will not be in this system. Test! Explore! We want you to feel comfortable when you schedule your first real client and chart your first real therapy note in the new system.
- When you’ve trained and feel comfortable with the software and the complex task of lossless data migration is guaranteed, we will invite you to complete the transition to TA2.0
- We’ll work together to schedule a date for your migration, ensuring you’re fully supported by our technical support team during the change.
Dr. Bill Whitehead