- Aug. 22, 2019
-- As part of SimplePractice's commitment to the professional health and wellness community, the industry leader of Practice Management solutions today announced its partnership with Open Path Psychotherapy Collective.
"Accessibility to mental health care is of the utmost importance, and we're proud to support the work Open Path Psychotherapy Collective does to address this important cause," said Deepa Mistry, Senior Associate, Strategic Initiatives & Partnerships at SimplePractice. "Our partnership is strengthened by our aligned missions to support and empower therapists to transform the lives of others."
"In partnering with SimplePractice, Open Path has enjoyed a warm and collaborative relationship,"
said Caitlin Erwin, Membership Manager and Registrar at Open Path Psychotherapy Collective. "By providing a worthwhile benefit to our member therapists, we are better able to address national mental health inequity. This partnership also allows us to support therapists in growing their private practice."About SimplePractice:
Trusted by over 40,000 customers, SimplePractice creates software and services for health and wellness professionals. Its EHR empowers practices to run their businesses more efficiently, streamlining administrative tasks, enabling regulatory compliance, and improving documentation. As the most innovative practice management software available, SimplePractice offers features like paperless intakes, automated billing, free unlimited clients, and more. SimplePractice is a HIPAA compliant, fully integrated platform that consistently ranks as the "#1 Most Popular Mental Health Software" on Capterra, and has collected over $2.8 billion in revenue for its customers. Visit https://www.simplepractice.com
for more information.About Open Path Psychotherapy Collective
: Open Path Psychotherapy Collective (https://openpathcollective.org/
) is a non-profit nationwide network of mental health professionals dedicated to providing quality, in-office and remote mental health care. Through Open Path, therapists enhance accessibility and inclusion by providing steeply reduced session rates to middle and lower-income level individuals, couples, families, and children who do not have access to affordable psychotherapy.