Consent

Proper consent forms are some of the most important forms that you’ll use in your therapy practice. We offer the patient consent form that you need for your practice, available for immediate download when you sign up with Between Sessions. Use them as a sample consent form or as-is for your practice. Check out our other practice management forms, including intake forms, agreements, and more.

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Initial Sessions: Practical Tools For Better Therapy Outcomes — This one of a kind book for psychotherapists and counselors includes 31 forms for therapists to use in the first sessions with a new client. The forms in the book are designed to help therapists gather appropriate clinical information and set therapeutic goals and strategies, while also attending to the important legal and ethical concerns of operating a clinical practice. Form Type: MSWord (121714) Ebook

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12 Essential Practice Management Forms — This book is designed to give clinicians easy access to basic practice management forms. It is in MSWord format, and will download automatically when you click on it. Feel free to modify the forms as you see fit adding your contact information, logo, and other relevant information. Please note that we have many additional practice management forms available to member on this site. Use the search box to find what you are looking for. Type: MSWord. (0115)Ebook.

Developmental History Questionnaire — This form is intended to obtain a comprehensive history on young clients. The form should be modified to fit the needs of the individual therapist or clinic. Type: MSWord (1014)

Drug Testing Consent Form — This form can be used to obtain consent for drug testing. Type: MSWord (1014)

Permission to Obtain/Release Confidential Information — This form can be used to obtain or release confidential information. The form should can modified to fit the needs of the individual therapist or clinic Type: MSWORD (1014)

Psychotherapy Agreement With a Minor — This form is intended to be used with older children or teens as a means to introduce the concept of confidentiality in therapy. The form should be modified to fit the needs of the individual therapist or clinic. Form Type: MSWord. (914)

Permission to Release or Obtain Client Information — This form can used to obtain or release confidential information. The form should be modified to fit the needs of the individual therapist or clinic. Words or phrases in red must be modified by the individual therapist. Form Type: MSWord (914)

Authorization to Release Confidential Information to Family Members — This modifiable form can be used by clinicians to obtain release of confidential information to family members. (MSWord)

Patient Self-Discharge — This form can be given to patient's who terminate treatment against professional advice. (Download) #OM1023

Patient Rights — This form describes the client rights and can be given to clients as part of an informed consent package. Please modify to fit your own needs. (MSWord)

Informed Consent for Group Therapy Sessions — This form covers services, appointments, fees, and more. Modify to fit your own needs. (MSWord)

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