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Posts Tagged ‘ intake ’

Paperwork…A Must

July 18, 2011
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Yesterday’s bi-monthly massage was my usual disappointment.  Every two weeks I receive a massage.  One of those sessions, in other words once a month, is with my regular therapist.  A “sure thing”, I am guaranteed quality service, professional care and a thorough massage tailored to my needs. The other monthly session is with a brand...
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How Much Is Too Much Time?

July 5, 2010
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I had a new client today. I traveled to her home and in the interest of saving time, I emailed her the paperwork and asked that she complete the intake form before I arrived.  Her condition was tricky and I spent some time researching her condition before arrival.  My day was quite full today...
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Just Pick Up The Phone

June 28, 2010
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I am the first to admit that our lives have become easier with email and computers in general.   Being able to stay in touch over long distances has brought many friends back into my life.  My clients are able to access me faster and easier.  Businesses run smoothly and with more ease due to...
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