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Documentation: Do it Well, for the Client’s Sake and Yours

Documentation: Do it Well, for the Client’s Sake and Yours

  “Client denied suicidal ideation.” “Client reports suicidal ideation but lacks plan or intent.” “Client reported only mild suicidal thoughts.” Many clinicians use these phrases in their clinical notes – and then say nothing else about suicide risk. Such minimalism is not good practice, for either the clinician or the client. Good documentation enables the […]

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