Announcing Therapy Hours Tracker

therapyhourstracker.com

Just released a website that I’ve been working on for a number of months now.  It’s a site for therapists-in-training to use to track their client-contact and supervision hours (for those not in the know, these are hours they have to accumulate to graduate and then get their license).  The student enters her hours week-by-week and the site generates a timeline with averages for how many hours of each kind (individual, relational, video supervision, etc.) she needs to be earning in order to graduate and get her license on time.  It also has a section that allows her to generate reports for any time range.  Many sites and schools require monthly hours reports and THT generates these very quickly and easily (and by site too!).  In the next update we plan to roll-out printing of hours reports forms that will be acceptable at most internship sites and university/college programs.

Right now Therapy Hours Tracker is geared mainly toward MFT (marriage and family therapy) students/associated in NY state though it is flexible enough to work for many other states as well.  In the near future we’ll be expanding the format to be customizable for MSW (masters in social work) and others.

It’s getting a really great response in the therapy community.  I’m glad it’s going to be helpful.

Therapy Hours Tracker Logo Monday 26 april

therapyhourstracker.com

A new website for therapists-in-training.

— Record Your Hours

— Track Your Progress

— Create Reports

Therapy Hours Tracker gives you the tools you need to take control of your hours.

Know where you stand and stay on schedule for graduation and licensure.

Visit the website for more information and to create an account (it’s free and easy!)

Now you’re in control of your future.

Record Your HoursRecord Your Hours Screenshot
Track Your ProgressTrack Your Progress Screenshot
Create ReportsCreate Reports Screenshot

Slick shell Script for automatically svn adding and deleting files

I’m working on a job that recently required adding a large number of new animated banners to the filestructure as part of an update.  Scoured the web for a good trick and BANG, found it.  This script comes from Kathleen Murtagh’s blog with a slight edit from one of her readers, perusio.

#!/bin/bash
svn status | grep '^?' | sed -e 's/^? /svn add "/g' -e 's/$/"/g' | sh
svn status | grep '^!' | sed -e 's/^! /svn delete "/g' -e 's/$/"/g' | sh

Truly a timesaver.