Between Sessions makes keeping accurate, thorough clinical notes easy. Check out our clinical note template that helps you ensure you’ve covered all the bases with a new patient, created an effective treatment plan, or set up therapy process that helps everyone in your group therapy session. Use these counseling forms in conjunction with our other patient assessment form selections, intake forms, and office management forms for an efficiently working therapy practice.
SOAP Notes (Clinical Notes)
— This form can help therapists get a quick overview of a clinical sessions. (0421, practice management, clinical notes)
DAP Progress Notes Template
— This is a template to record Data, Assessment, and Planning notes (DAP) for client sessions. (0121, practice management, progress notes)
Session Feedback Form
— Clinicians can use this form to get feedback on each session. Ongoing feedback has been shown to foster a therapeutic alliance, a critical factor in client change. (081619)
BIRP Progress Notes Template
— The BIRP (Behavior, Intervention, Response, Plan) Checklist gives clinicians a guide to create uniform Progress Notes. (0621, Progress Notes, practice management, resources)
Initial Session Checklist
— This checklist is designed to help therapists ensure they have “covered all the bases” with new clients.
— This generic treatment plan can be modified and used to document client objectives, strategies, and methods of assessment.
Initial Session Solution-Focused Questions
— This worksheet can be used as a guide for therapists to ask solution-focused questions during the early sessions of therapy. The questions are designed to stimulate the growth process of clients from their very first encounter with a therapist.
— This form can be used as a template for session notes.
Group Session Notes
— This form can be used to provide a brief summary of group therapy process.
Therapy Session Agenda
— This form can be used by therapists or counselors to focus clients on a specific agenda for an individual session. You can email it to a client prior to the session, give it to a client in the waiting room, or you can use it for your own notes.