Having 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.


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