Course Details

Quick Facts

  • Registration Deadline: 6/17/2018
  • Course# CEJ1011
  • Fee: $100.00

Contact Information


Many therapists think of their progress notes as a completely confidential means to keep track of client’s history and treatment.  In reality, we should be writing notes as if someone else might read them. While we may shiver at the idea of an insurance plan, ethics committee, or licensing board requesting to review a client’s chart, this is happening more frequently, even to therapists who don’t work with insurance.  In these cases, well-written records can be a therapist’s best defense. This new workshop will address what EVERY therapist should know about client charts and notes. Attendees will learn how to efficiently write notes that not only assist in treatment, but that meet the expectations of state law, professional ethics, licensing boards, and insurance plans.

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