SimplePractice Celebrates Partnership with The Gottman Institute

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Experts in practice management and clinical guidance work together to empower mental health professionals

LOS ANGELES - eTradeWire -- Today, SimplePractice recognizes a full year of partnership with The Gottman Institute. Moving forward, this partnership will continue to empower behavioral health professionals through specialized support, focused on clinical and professional development.

"By partnering with The Gottman Institute, we are able to combine their expertise of clinical guidance and a research based approach to relationships, with our expertise of business tools and knowledge to support and empower mental health professionals to run successful private practices and make a difference," said Deepa Mistry, Senior Associate, Strategic Initiatives & Partnerships, SimplePractice.

"We're excited to partner with SimplePractice to deliver game-changing practice management software to our global community of mental health professionals," said Michael Fulwiler, Chief Marketing Officer of The Gottman Institute. "As a mission-driven organization, we're inspired by their commitment to their customers and the clients they serve."

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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 for more information.

About The Gottman Institute: The Gottman Institute provides practical, research-based tools to strengthen relationships based on over four decades of research and clinical practice. No other approach to couples education and therapy has relied on such intensive, detailed, and long-term scientific study of why marriages succeed or fail. To learn more about The Gottman Institute, visit (

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