Power of Attorney

Whether you’re a therapist, psychologist, or social worker, someone has to be responsible for your files and data in the case of an emergency.

For this reason, you must make arrangements to have a Power of Attorney so that someone can take responsibility and make the necessary arrangements for your practice. If you haven’t already done so, you should seek legal counsel to arrange for a Power of Attorney as part of your practice planning. This legal document gives another party the legal authority to act on your behalf in order to settle matters pertaining to your practice.

When someone is acting on your behalf under a Power of Attorney, Owl Practice will comply and furnish the necessary data.