Thu, Apr 14|
Audit-Proof Progress Notes
AN IN-DEPTH LOOK AT DOCUMENTATION AND RECORD-KEEPING IN PRIVATE PRACTICE $50
Time & Location
Apr 14, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
About the event
Join New Jersey’s premier ethics consultant Leslie S. Tsukroff, MSW, LCSW for an informative and interactive workshop in which participants will leave this workshop being able to:
- Outline key components of a mental health progress note in private practice
- Identify general documentation and record-keeping guidelines and apply them when writing mental health progress notes in private practice
- Identify the differences between progress notes and psychotherapy notes
Understanding the unique and important role that progress notes serve in documenting clinician-client interactions is essential for the private practitioner. While students are shown how to examine clinical sessions through process recordings and employees learn to document clinical services from the organizations that employ them, where do clinicians in private practice get this crucial information? In this workshop, attendees will learn how to draft a thorough, audit-proof progress note that complies with prevailing ethical guidelines and current laws around documentation and record-keeping. Target Audience This workshop is designed for the intermediate clinician in private practice who wishes to gain a better understanding of how to create an audit-proof mental health progress note.
Course Content Level
Program will be 2 hours of actual time.
There will be one, 10 minute break Fee: $50.00
Please contact Leslie with any questions or concerns @ LsTsukroff@aol.com or @ 973-879-1678.
Audit-Proof Prog Notes
This is an online interactive webinar.