Patrick Randolph, Ph.D.
CEO / Founder
COO / Marketing and Systems Specialist
Therapractic Management Systems was founded in 2012 by a Licensed Psychologist with over 30 years’ experience providing clinical services and managing behavioral health clinics. Patrick Randolph, Ph.D., served at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center where he was the Director of Psychological Services of The International Institute of Pain Management. He has numerous scholarly articles and publications, many addressing therapy outcomes and furthering the coordination of medicine and behavioral health services.
Great thanks is extended to all the therapists and staff at Light House Behavioral Health Services (a.k.a. The Incubation Chamber). They patiently assisted in (and sometimes endured) the implementation, testing and troubleshooting of Therapractic tools in real-life practice, the process taking about 5 years. Without that loyal crew, none of this has been possible.
The integrative strategies, software and business applications of Therapractic grew organically from a Psychologist’s 30 year experience with a medical school’s multidisciplinary pain clinic and large medical-referral-based practice. Our innovations, software solutions, business and ethical acumen have evolved from the trenches, through trial and error. These mental health applications are used in medical schools, hospitals, clinics, private practices, prisons and billing centers. We also provide a comprehensive online office for behavioral health practices. All services are available online, and interoperable with any telehealth system.
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