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TherapyNotes, LLC, strives to provide the best practice management and EMR solution, with the best service, at the best value.

In 1998, Brad Pliner founded Pliner Solutions, Inc, an IT consulting firm that specializes in highly interactive websites and has worked with numerous clients in the healthcare industry. Dr. Debra Pliner, a licensed clinical psychologist, earned her Ph.D. from the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University. After working for several years in private practice, Debra founded Pliner Psychological Associates, LLC, a group mental health practice which employs several psychologists.

Through their combined experiences, Debra and Brad recognized a need for storing therapy notes electronically so they are easy to access, secure, and well-organized. With his technical expertise, Brad worked with Debra to develop an electronic system for use in her mental health practice. After a couple of years using and enhancing the software, they decided to build a service that anyone could use. Using what was learned from this original software, the team rebuilt the application from the ground up and called it TherapyNotes™.

TherapyNotes.com officially launched in November of 2010 and was quickly embraced by those looking for a robust, secure, and streamlined way to manage their practice. TherapyNotes™ has since grown to become the market leader for behavioral health practice management software, utilized by thousands of providers nationwide.

Jenna's beautiful blue eyes and huge smile lit up every room she walked into. Jenna’s life was taken way too soon, but in the short time she graced everyone with her infectious personality, she left everyone with wonderful treasured memories.

One of many ways Jenna's name and spirit live on is through the Run for Jenna! Held in Maple Glen every Fall, it is day filled with love and lots of smiles. The entire community comes together and it always a perfect day.

Funds raised go towards the Jenna Demar Educational Fund at Congregation Beth Or and a portion of the proceeds will be used to fund a student art project at Maple Glen Elementary School, where Jenna attended.

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