paperwork packetHaving great documentation is an essential part of running a successful counseling private practice.  When I started into private practice as a therapist, I spent hours researching and putting together the paperwork I knew I needed.  From intake forms, to consents for treatment and authorizations to release information are all just a few of the documents and forms a therapist needs for their private practice.

Take the work out of paperwork!

Fortunately, you don’t have to do it the hard way!  Wouldn’t you rather be spending the time marketing and seeing clients than putting the hours it takes at your computer into creating forms?  So lucky for you, I have put together a fairly extensive paperwork packet that takes all the work out of creating forms.  All you have to do is customize and enter your practice information on the ready to use forms. These are the forms I use in my practice as well

  • Intake or Client Information Form
  • Consent for treatment (for individuals, couples or children)
  • Fee Payment Agreement
  • A Superbill
  • Authorization for Release of Information
  • HIPAA Disclosure
  • Sample Sliding Scale Fee Schedule
  • Contract Counselor Agreement
  • Coordination of Care Form for Outside Referrals

 

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All of the forms are in DOC format to customize and use with Word.  There are both print and electronic formats to use.

In all, there are more 20 different forms to work from! This whole packet is valued at over $400.  For a limited time though, I am offering this packet for only $95

And as bonus and free add-on for you, I am including the Session Note Helper™ Template for creating progress or session notes.  Session Note Helper™ is a template to use in Word that makes it easy and fast to create quality narrative style session notes.  It is customizable to your writing style and your practice.

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