12 May 2023

Turning Process Therapy interventions into good case notes that hold up in treatment planning and court.

Do you struggle with writing notes that feel too long or too short? Do you ever have amazing experiential process sessions and then struggle to turn very abstract interventions into solid case notes that will hold up justifying a good treatment plan or worst scenario, subpoenaed into court? Come to this workshop and get some practice at this skill.

Learning Objectives:

After this workshop, participants will learn:

– 3 to 5 things that need to be included in professional case notes
– 3 to 5 things to include in a client’s treatment plan
– How to refine long, very detailed notes into more efficient bullet points
– To create shorter sentence type notes and include more relevant details to enhance professionalism and provide necessary details
– To incorporate what we do as Process Therapist into case note language that is understood by adjunct professionals (psychologists, psychiatrists, medical docters, other non process therapists, etc.) to make sure we convey our work, client’s responses, and treatment plans going forward.
-To feel more confident overall by writing case notes, covering the essentials session points, and remaining in a 3rd party objective voice of reason.

Location:  PTI's Offices 

Times: 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

CEUs: 1.5

Cost: $25-$15 suggested donation at the door.

Jennifer Crane, LMFT

Jen has been a licensed MFT in private practice since 2009. She is also Core Faculty and Clinical Director for Sofia University. She began her MFT internship at PTI in August 2004 and never really left. She has worked extensively with both founders, Don and Carol Hadlock and continues to integrate the process model into her work with clients and students while serving as Vice President of the PTI Board.

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The Process Therapy Institute (CEPA Provider #050112) is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for LMFT’s, LCSW’s, LPCC’s and/or LEP’s. PTI maintains responsibility for this conference and its content. All of the sessions meet the qualifications for the above given hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and/or LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. Course completion certificates will be awarded at the end of the course in exchange for a completed evaluation form. For questions regarding this conference, including those about the CEU’s as well as accommodations for special needs, please email darnoldy@processes.org.

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