Fresh Full Note JD

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CURRENT CONCERNS: [checkbox name="concerns_check" value="depression|anxiety|panic|ADHD|PTSD|OCD|bipolar disorder|insomnia|psychosis|alcohol/drug use|personality disorder|neurocognitive concerns|recent life changes|recent significant loss|recent trauma|difficulty managing emotional reactions|interpersonal conflict|family conflict"].
[comment memo="quote from patient about how things are going"]
[textarea name="concernstext" default=" Client reports"]
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Place of Service: [select name="placeofservice" value="Via telehealth. Client Location confirmed to be in the state of Wisconsin at: |In person at clinical office: |Via telehealth. Client location confirmed to be at their home address.|Via telehealth. Client location confirmed to be in the state of |"][text name="address" default=" "] 
START: [text name="Start" default="" ] -- END: [text name="End" default=""] (Duration: [calc value="score1=((End)-(Start))-40"] minutes)
CPT: [select name="billingcode" value="|90834|90837 *|90832|90791|90846|90847|90853|90839"] [checkbox name="Extended" value="90837*" memo="* extended session length"] [checkbox name="code_guide" value="" memo="show code guide"] [checkbox name="add_ons" value="" memo="show add-on codes"]
This session is medically necessary to address symptoms, improve functioning [checkbox name="preventdecomp" value="prevent decompensation"] [checkbox name="reducesx" value="reduce symptoms"] [checkbox name="maintprogr" value="maintain progress"] [checkbox name="prevhighterneed" value="prevent necessity for higher level of care"].
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[comment memo="90837: * (53-89 minutes)"]
[comment memo="90834: (38-52 minutes)"]
[comment memo="90832: (16-37 minutes)"]
[comment memo="90791: Intake/Assessment"]
[comment memo="90847: Family/conjoint w/ patient present (50 minutes)"]
[comment memo="90846: Family w/o patient present (50 minutes)"]
[comment memo="90853: Group Therapy"]
[comment memo="90839: * Crisis (up to 90 minutes)"]
[comment memo="90840: + Crisis (each add'l 30 min block beyond initial 74 min)"]
[comment memo="90785: + Interactive Complexity due to maladaptive communication, use of interpreter, caregiver emotions or behavior interfere with visit, mandated report to 3rd party, required contact with school or probation/parole (use with 90791, 90832, 90834, 90837, or 90853)"][/conditional]
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[conditional field="Extended" condition="(Extended).is('90837*')"]* Medical necessity/factors influencing length and/or frequency of sessions include: [checkbox name="extended_reasons" value="clinical symptoms cause functional impairment in ability to complete activities of daily living, occupational functioning, and/or social functioning that is not characteristic with the person is not symptomatic|time needed to address and contain intense issues|client presents with multiple life stressors|symptoms are impacting multiple domains of life (Relationships, work, school community)|client trauma history exploration|significant trauma history necessitates additional time for disclosure and containment|grounding needed for symptoms that emerged during session|addressing complicated issues related to diagnosis and clinical presentation|addressing new or emergent symptoms|client reports subjective level of distress|client reports subjective level of acute issues|assessment and stabilization|client crisis|client presenting with acute issues|client at risk of inpatient treatment or ED admissions due to possibility of decompensation without the current level of care|current level of treatment is necessary as the client continues to meet diagnositc criteria and identifies symptoms that impair functioning. Without continued care at this level the client may deteriorate, be unable to maintain improvements or continue to make gains||client requested longer session due to decreased frequency of sessions|utilizing exposure therapy for ptsd, panic disorder, OCD or specific phobia|parental involvement for psychoeducation or emotional management skills|limited health support network|client is unable to share content with others in support system due to nature of topic|IFS protocol being utilized|bi-weekly sessions|monthly sessions to maintain acquired skills|"]. [text name="variable_17" default=" "][/conditional]
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[var name="first_name"] arrived [select name="on_time" value="on time|5-10 minutes late| more than 10 minutes late|xxxxxx"] for [select name="scheduled_crisis" value="scheduled follow up|urgent crisis|intake|xxxxxx"] [select name="mode" value="telehealth|face to face|xxxxxx"] session. [text name="var" default=""][comment memo="addt'l attendees; client location if telehealth"] [var name="gender_ID"] [select name="Presentation" value="presented as calm and cooperative, with casual dress, normal grooming and hygiene. No apparent abnormalities of thought, affect, or behavior and no unusual movements or psychomotor changes.|ABNORMAL xxxxxx presented as NOT calm or uncooperative, with bizarre dress, poor grooming or hygiene. Remarkable abnormalities of thought, affect, or behavior are present. Remarkable or unusual movements and psychomotor changes.|xxxxxx|"][text name="presentation_text" default=" "]
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MEDICAL/LEGAL CHANGES OR CONCERNS: [textarea name="Med_Changes" default=" None reported."]
AFFECT: [select name="Affect" value="normal range, reactive and mood congruent.|Generally positive, reactive and mood congruent.|Calm and reflective, reactive and mood congruent.|Distressed or labile.|Detached, blunted, flat, shallow, or tired.|Inappropriate to context.|xxxxxx|"][text name="affect_text" default=" "]
MOOD: [select name="Mood_default" value="Euthymic, reactive and congruent with content.|"] [select name="Mood_1" value="|Mildly|Moderately|Quite"] [select name="Mood_2" value="|anxious.|depressed.|dysphoric.|elevated.|angry.|irritable.|hostile."][text name="variable_1" default=" "][select name="Mood_3" value="|Mood is congruent with content.|Mood is incongruent with content."][text name="mood_text" default=" "]
THOUGHT PROCESSES & CONTENT: [select name="Thought_Process" value="goal directed and logical|disorganized|xxxxxx|"]. [text name="thought_text" default=" "]
RISK ASSESSMENT: [select name="Risk" value="No evidence or report of suicidal or homicidal ideation.|Client denies suicidal or homicidal ideation.|Client denies concerns about safety across settings.|Safety concerns reported.|"][textarea name="risk_text" default=" "]
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FUNCTIONAL STATUS
[var name="first_name"] has problems with affect/physiological regulation that are impacting their functioning in some life domains, but [var name="gender_ID"] is able to control affect at times.
Relational: [select name="Rel" value="intact|variably impaired|impaired|xxxxxx|"] [text name="rel_text" default=". "]
Occupational/School: [select name="Occ_Edu" value="intact|variably impaired|impaired|xxxxxx|"] [text name="occ_edu_text" default=". "]
Physical: [select name="Phy" value="intact|variably impaired|impaired|xxxxxx|"] [text name="phy_text" default=". "]
[checkbox name="funct" value="Client has problems with affect/physiological regulation that are impacting their functioning in some life domains but is able to control affect at times."]
[checkbox name="functionalmore" value="" memo="Show more functional impairments"][conditional field="functionalmore" condition="(functionalmore).is('')"][checkbox name="hey" value="Client is having some difficulty interacting with others and building and/or maintaining relationships|Client is experiencing significant disruptions in social relationships|Client is having moderate problems with recreational/leisure activities|Client has difficulty completing tasks necessary for independent living|Client is having problems with sleep. Sleep is often disrupted and the client seldom obtains a full night of sleep and does not feel rested. Difficulties with sleep are interfering with their functioning in at least one area|There is clear evidence of disturbance in thought process or content that may be impairing the individual’s functioning in at least one life domain|Client displays clear evidence of problems with impulsive, distractible, or hyperactive behavior that interferes with their functioning in at least one life domain|Client displays clear evidence of a dangerous level of hyperactivity and/or impulsive behavior that places the individual at risk of physical harm|Client displays clear evidence of depression associated with either depressed mood or significant irritability. Depression has interfered significantly in individual’s ability to function in at least one life domain|Client displays clear evidence of disabling level of depression that makes it virtually impossible for the individual to function in any life domain|Client displays clear evidence of anxiety associated with either anxious mood or significant fearfulness. Anxiety has interfered in the individual’s ability to function in at least one life domain|Client's relationship problems are beginning to interfere with their life functioning|Client's interpersonal problems have a significant impact on the individual’s long-term functioning|Client displays clear evidence of adjustment problems associated with traumatic life event(s). Adjustment is interfering with individual’s functioning in at least one life domain|Client displays clear evidence of debilitating level of trauma symptoms that makes it virtually impossible for the individual to function in any life domain including symptoms such as flashbacks, nightmares, significant anxiety, intrusive thoughts, and/or re-experiencing trauma (consistent with PTSD)|Client’s mental health symptoms create some problems with work functioning. Client may have some problems in work environment involving attendance, productivity, or relations with others|Client’s mental health symptoms create work problems including disruptive behavior and/or difficulties with performing required work is indicated|Client’s mental health symptoms create some difficulty interacting with others and building and/or maintaining relationships|Client’s mental health symptoms create some problems with social relationships that interfere with functioning in other life domains|Client’s mental health symptoms lead to experiencing significant disruptions in social relationships|Due to Client’s mental health symptoms, they are experiencing moderate problems with recreational activities. Individual is experiencing some problems with effective use of leisure time|Individual’s mental health symptoms create an impairment of independent living skills. Notable problems with completing tasks necessary for independent living are apparent|Because of Client’s mental health symptoms, sleep is often disrupted and individual seldom obtains a full night of sleep and does not feel rested. Difficulties with sleep are interfering with their functioning in at least one area|Client reports being generally sleep deprived. Sleeping is almost always difficult, and the Client is not able to get a full night’s sleep and does not feel rested|Client is unable to regulate affect and/or physiological responses, causing significant impairment in one or more life domains|Client’s hypervigilant behaviors impact their functioning including: XXXXXX (choose applicable) obsessive behavior patterns, physical and mental exhaustion, difficulty in relationships, problems in the workplace, and/or avoidance of social situations|Client’s hypervigilant behaviors impact their functioning in ways that are dangerous or debilitating to them, such as: XXXXXX (choose applicable) being at risk of losing their job or relationships|Client is unable to form attachment relationships with others (e.g., chronic dismissive/avoidant/detached behavior in relationships) and this impacts their overall mental health functioning/wellbeing and causes clinically significant distress|Client’s difficulties with controlling anger are impacting functioning in at least one life domain.  Individual’s temper has resulted in significant trouble with peers, family and/or work|Client has a substance use problem that consistently interferes with the ability to function optimally, but does not completely preclude functioning in an unstructured setting"][/conditional]
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SESSION THEMES: The main themes of the session were: [checkbox name="Theme_Specific" value="dealing with panic and anxiety states|exploration and coping with depression and sadness|awareness and exploration of feelings of powerlessness, hopelessness and helplessness|exploration and working through recent relational experiences|processing recent interpersonal experiences|expression of stressful experiences|exploration and discussion of traumatic experiences|exploration of low self-esteem and poor confidence|working towards improved self-esteem and confidence|exploration of capacity to return to work/school|work life and occupational concerns|coping with stress at school|adjustment to university life and studies|coping with and management of impulses to self-harm|coping with suicidal thoughts and feelings|coping with exhaustion and burn out in work/educational activities|coping and working through of difficulties with disordered eating|coping with and working through of addictions and related concerns|expression and exploration of prior losses and grief|exploration of sleep disturbance|adjustment to new demands in life situation|coping with sexual difficulties|awareness and exploration of possible psychosomatic reactions|awareness and exploration of perfectionistic tendencies|issues of impulse control and containment of affects|awareness and exploration of underlying aggression and feelings of rage|exploration and working through of guilt and related anxieties|exploration of anxieties regarding healthy dependency|awareness and exploration of underlying needs for care and support|awareness and exploration of tendency to push others away in response to anxiety|exploration and working through of difficulties with trust in interpersonal relationships|exploration of life experiences and self-understanding|development of self-care and self-function|development and working toward greater creativity and capacity for play|development of expanded spiritual and creative experience|development of occupational functioning and pleasure in work activities|xxxxxx|"]
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work|exploring relational concerns and issues in school|exploration of positive interpersonal experiences|recent positive relational experiences|reparation of broken and/or strained interpersonal relationships|exploration of recent conflict with friend(s)|exploring forgiveness and reparation in interpersonal relationships|addressing issues related to trust in interpersonal relationships|xxxxxx"] [/conditional][conditional field="Trauma" condition="(Trauma).is('')"][checkbox name="Theme_Trauma" value="expression of stressful experiences|exploration and discussion of traumatic experiences|exploration of childhood traumas and neglect|exploration of multiple traumatic events and cumulative trauma in childhood/adolescence|exploration of impact of sexual abuse experiences experienced in childhood/adolescence|exploration of emotional neglect experienced during childhood/adolescence|exploration of transgenerational traumas|exploration of vicarious traumatic experiences|exploration of health concerns and illness|exploration of end of life anxieties, fears, and concerns|expression and exploration of experiences of victimization|exploring and addressing traumatic loss|exploration of the traumatic experience of the pandemic|coping with the traumatic nature of the pandemic|exploration of traumatic isolation and disconnection from others|exploration of experienced cumulative trauma|exploration of racial stress and racial trauma|exploration of traumatic experiences of discrimination|exploration of sexual assault experience(s)|coping with and managing recent sexual assault experience|expression and exploration of recent traumatic injury|exploration and discussion of collective/cultural traumatic experiences|coping with experienced assault and/or physical threat or violence|exploration of traumatic experiences endured during military service|addressing and exploring post-traumatic reactions and experiences|exploration and coping with a recent serious medical diagnosis|exploration and discussion of traumatic experiences impacting the couple|exploration and discussion of traumatic experiences impacting the family|continued exploration of the impact of early life on current identity|expression and discussion of problematic beliefs and schemas|exploration and evaluation of target behaviors and areas of concern|discussion of medication and its impact|exploration and discussion of recent homework assignments|review of the therapeutic work to date|exploration of therapeutic goals and aims|revision of therapeutic goals and aims|recent progress being made in the therapy|obstacles experienced in the therapy|the impact of teletherapy on the therapy experience|******"] [/conditional] [conditional field="Identity" condition="(Identity).is('')"][checkbox name="Theme_Identity" value="exploration of low self-esteem and poor confidence|working towards improved self-esteem and confidence|exploration of bodily anxieties and distorted body image|conflicts and concerns regarding ethnic/cultural identity|exploration of anxieties regarding gender and/or sexuality identity|exploration of conflicts regarding masculinity and/or issues of male sexuality|exploration of conflicts regarding femininity and/or issues of female sexuality|exploration of conflicts and anxieties regarding masculinity|exploration of conflicts and anxieties regarding femininity|exploration of obstacles to identity development in adolescence|exploration of adolescent identity concerns|expression and exploration of crisis of identity|working towards integration of adult identity|exploration of mid-life identity concerns and meaning|exploration of late-life identity formation and concerns|life-review as part of later-life identity consolidation|expression and exploration of discontinuities in self-state experiences|difficulties with boundaries and self-assertion|awareness and exploration of deficits in self-preservation|exploration of feelings of lack of entitlement|working towards securing a 'right to a life,' appropriate entitlement and independence|exploration and working through of 'false-self' states and their relationship to early life experiences|exploration of guilt feelings and inhibitions regarding pleasure and success|exploration of distress related to body-dysmorphic perceptions|exploration of distress and/or concerns related to transgender identity|exploration of distress and/or concerns related to disclosure of sexual identity|exploration of uncertainties surrounding gender and/or sexuality|exploration of experienced racial/cultural identity|exploration and development of professional/work-life identity|communication and discussion regarding issues of sexuality and/or gender identity within the family|******"] [/conditional] [conditional field="Process" condition="(Process).is('')"][checkbox name="Theme_Process" value="exploration of life experiences and self-understanding|expression and development of 'true self' experiences and enhanced authenticity|development of self-care and self-preservation|development of inner security|ongoing work toward greater self-empathy|ongoing work towards greater mindfulness|exploration and working through of inner self-criticism|self-punishment and self-denial|working through and exploration of inhibitions regarding success and accomplishment|exploration of conflicts regarding entitlement and self-validation|exploration of dream life|exploration of fantasy life|exploration of the therapeutic relationship|ongoing working through of transferences|exploration of characterological and interpersonal difficulties as revisited within the therapeutic relationship|continued exploration of the impact of early life on current identity|expression and discussion of problematic beliefs and schemas|exploration and evaluation of target behaviors and areas of concern|discussion of medication and its impact|exploration and discussion of recent homework assignments|review of the therapeutic work to date|exploration of therapeutic goals and aims|revision of therapeutic goals and aims|recent progress being made in the therapy|obstacles experienced in the therapy|the impact of teletherapy on the therapy experience|******"] [/conditional] [conditional field="Grief" condition="(Grief).is('')"][checkbox name="Theme_Grief" value="expression and exploration of recent loss|continued working through of traumatic losses|continued mourning of childhood losses|exploration of unhappy childhood experiences and losses throughout life|expression and exploration of prior losses and grief|******"] [/conditional] [conditional field="Adjustment" condition="(Adjustment).is('')"][checkbox name="Theme_Adjustment" value="transition to adulthood and adult responsibilities|strain of mid-life transitions|coping with recent changes in family life|late-life adjustment and coping with age-related changes|adjustment to recent motherhood|adjustment to recent fatherhood|parenting anxieties and concerns|adjustment to separation from child/children|work life and occupational concerns|coping with stress at school|adjustment to university life and studies|adjustment to new demands in life situation|adaptation to physical illness|adaptation to physical illness|******"] [/conditional] [conditional field="DailyLife" condition="(DailyLife).is('')"] [checkbox name="Theme_Daily" value="management and coping with daily life|structuring of daily life and making plans for the future|coping with day to day organizational difficulties|dealing with self-care (e.g., eating, sleeping, finances)|dealing with inhibitions regarding help seeking and turning to others for support|working towards the further development of hobbies and constructive leisure activities|working toward improved health life style|how to create better balance between work, relational, recreational, and self needs|development of greater self-assertion and effective interpersonal communication|development of hobbies and leisure activities|identifying obstacles to mental and emotional wellbeing|dealing with panic and anxiety states|exploration and coping with depression and sadness|awareness and exploration of feelings of powerlessness, hopelessness and helplessness|exploration of capacity to return to work/school|coping with and management of impulses to self-mutilate|coping with and management of impulses to self-harm|coping with suicidal thoughts and feelings|coping with exhaustion and burn out in work activities|working through and management of disordered eating and related difficulties|coping and working through of difficulties with disordered eating|coping with and working through of drug dependence and abuse|coping with and working through of addictions and related concerns|exploration of sleep disturbance|coping with sexual difficulties|awareness and exploration of possible psychosomatic reactions|awareness and exploration of perfectionistic tendencies|issues of impulse control and containment of affects|awareness and exploration of underlying aggression and feelings of rage|exploration and working through of guilt and related anxieties|exploration of anxieties regarding healthy dependency|awareness and exploration of underlying needs for care and support|awareness and exploration of tendency to push others away in response to anxiety|exploration and working through of difficulties with trust in interpersonal relationships|development of self-care and self-function|development and working toward greater creativity and capacity for play|development of expanded spiritual and creative experience|development of occupational functioning and pleasure in work activities|xxxxxx"] [textarea name="themedailywords" default=""][/conditional][text name="themewordsgalore" default=" "]
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SESSION GOALS: [checkbox name="Goals" value="symptom reduction|skill acquisition|improve functioning|improve health|maintain positive gains|reduce ineffective behaviors|safety planning|treatment review|termination/discharge|xxxxxx"][text name="session_goals" default=" "]
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CLINICAL INTERVENTIONS: [checkbox name="Interventions" value="Therapist provided supportive validation and reflective listening, along with aiding client in processing thoughts, emotions and perceptions related to issues at hand and worked to develop more effective solutions/coping.|Therapist utilized circular questioning, reflecting feelings and metacommunication to support client in expressing and exploring their feelings.|Therapist used metacommunication, circular questioning and gentle challenging to help client examine patterns in interpersonal relationships and to promote introspection regarding their emotions, thoughts and behaviors.|Therapist utilized reflection and validation of feelings, encouragement and metacommunication throughout the session to help client gain insight.|The therapist and client participated in therapy activities to facilitate problem solving and interpersonal social skill development including expression of emotions and responses to emotions, as well as the examination of the relational patterns.|The therapist assisted client in progressing toward goals throughout the session by assessing current coping skills and encouraging expression of feelings and adaptation of coping skills, as well as exploring the development of additional ones. The therapist provided activities to strengthen the sensory response systems and self-regulation of the client through employing various therapy modalities and therapy techniques as appropriate.|Therapist used solution focused techniques to help client identify solutions that are effective to improve functioning and overall wellbeing.|Therapist assisted client identifying cognitive distortions and used cognitive restructuring techniques to re-frame challenges and difficult feelings to positive outlooks for self.|Therapist and client explored their stressors and frustrations. Therapist validated frustrations and empathized with the experience. |Therapist and client explored ways to improve distress/frustration tolerance, including healthy distraction (with pleasurable activities, focusing on others, counting, and tasks/chores), radical acceptance, self-soothing techniques, mindfulness, coping thoughts, and self-affirming thoughts.|Therapist and client practiced assertive communication skills to increase interpersonal effectiveness.|Therapist used MI open/closed ended questions and reflective listening.| Therapist provided psychoeducation.|Therapist and client collaborated on ....|Therapist utilized person-centered counseling skills in order to build the therapeutic relationship.|Therapist utilized active listening skills in order to gather information, promote insight and autonomy, convey empathy and understanding, and validate the client's experience.|Therapist and client reviewed creation of treatment plan; client identified areas of concern and goals they would like to work on through therapy|Therapist maintained focus on providing a supportive and responsive relationship with client to foster their ability to cooperate. |Therapist guided client through the examination of unresolved conflicts and significant past events to gain insight.|engaging client in collaborative problem-solving and conflict-resolution|Connecting past experiences to present behaviors|Therapist assisted client in identifying links between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.|Therapist aided client in regulating and expressing emotions by providing a safe space for ventilation of thoughts and feelings without judgment.|assisting client to gain new insight into problem|Therapist and client reviewed client's treatment plan and discussed progress towards goals.|Therapist and client worked on understanding and identifying emotional triggers and reviewed coping strategies client can utilize for emotional regulation.|Therapist provided psychoeducation related to client's symptom presentation and introduced the concept of mindfulness to aid in self regulation. Therapist taught client a grounding technique and helped client actively practice these within session. Client responded well towards learning these strategies and was open to incorporating these outside of session.|Therapist and client worked on completing a safety plan to address ongoing suicidal ideation and provide strategies and supports to utilize in managing distress and promoting safety.|XXXXXX|"]
[comment memo="Anxiety TX"] 
[checkbox name="Anxiety" value="Therapist prompted client to identify origins of anxiety related fears.|Therapist provided client with information related to cognitive distortions.|Therapist and client discussed thoughts, feelings, and behaviors contributing to anxiety.|Therapist assisted client in identifying and reframing cognitive distortions.|Therapist transitioned session to focus on development of mindfulness skills to address anxiety symptoms.|Theraipst taught client deep breathing techniques to better regulate and manage emotions.|Therapist and client practiced learned skills together in session.|Therapist validated client expression of emotions and praised client participation in session.|Therapist closed session by developing a plan for completion of therapy homework with client."]
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[conditional field="more_interventions" condition="(more_interventions).is('')"] [checkbox name="More_Interventions" value="Interventions and strategies included: |Primary interventions and strategies included: |Additional intervention and strategies included: |attuned listening|cognitive/behavioral techniques|emphasis on self-expression|normalization|psycho-education regarding symptom-management and skill building|play therapy|interpretation|parent education|DBT-informed|IFS protocol|validation|rapport building|emotional expression|relaxation techniques|supportive therapy|increase coping|identify/reframe thinking|problem-solving|positive reinforcement|communication skills|identify triggers|clarification|behavioral rehearsal|assertiveness training|art therapy|child behavioral strategies|reframing|active listening|setting appropriate boundaries|Tx plan review|strengthen support systems|family Hx/dynamics|trauma-informed interventions|role play|modeling|child-centered play therapy techniques|TF-CBT|cognitive restructuring|family therapy|expressive arts|focus on improved problem solving and coping|expressive art techniques|supportive techniques|emphasis on here-and-now functioning|evaluation and exploration of problematic automatic thoughts|targeting more effective problem solving and coping skills in daily life|addressing problematic core beliefs|evaluating and addressing dysfunctional thoughts|emphasis on self-monitoring of thoughts, emotions and behavior|techniques for the development of greater confidence and self-efficacy|self-assertiveness and confidence building|a focus on anger management and containment of acting out|exploration of appropriate interaction and communication|focus on social skills enhancement and practice|guided imagery used to improve mindfulness and improve impulse-control|review informed consent/confidentiality|clinical diagnostic assessment/clarification focused on empathetic validation, reassurance, and further exploring and naming emotions/experiences with the purpose of enhancing ego function, supporting mature defenses, and fostering insight into psychosocial stressors.***OLD***|We worked on cognitive restructuring by challenging automatic negative thoughts that contribute to depression and anxiety, and identified cognitive distortions also influencing mood.|We reviewed the relationship between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, and considered how to address ones feelings by modifying the other two constructs.|The patient and I worked on emotional experiencing and processing of feelings that arise around certain stressors or events, that historically are pushed down, buried, or otherwise repressed. We considered the pitfalls of emotional avoidance including the onset or worsening of depression and anxiety. |We explored the patients stressors and frustrations. I validated these frustrations and empathized with the experience. We explored some ways to improve distress/frustration tolerance, including healthy distraction (with enjoyable activities, focusing on others, counting, and tasks/chores), radical acceptance, self-soothing techniques, mindfulness, coping thoughts, and self-affirming thoughts.|We explored fear of abandonment which is chronic and longstanding. Discussed how the fear of abandonment does not make healthy decisions whereas the logical and more thoughtful does, and we want to recognize who is making decisions for them at different times as a way of developing cognitive dissonance from the thoughts, impulses, and decisions that fear of abandonment self makes|We explored tendencies towards perfectionism, and how this inherently implies a binary way of thinking, in which one has either been perfect or failed. We considered the inauthenticity of this thinking and how there is a spectrum between these points. We further considered how people make opinions of us based upon a number of interactions or data points such that an average is taken and the opinion is based upon this. Accordingly, one can have several positive data points which allows room to make some mistakes or have negative data points without drastically distorting the perception of us.|We worked on problematic reactions used to deal with extremely intense emotions and increasing understanding of what leads to problematic behaviors or responses to these emotions|We worked on relationship issues such as interpersonal conflict, role transitions, or grief that may contribute to the development or continuation of mental health problems or symptoms.|We worked on unconscious influences and feelings that may be related to past events and interactions which allows for better self awareness, change, and recovery.|Exploration and healthy expression of grief related to the loss of a loved one or relationship.|We utilized Internal Family Systems treatment methods ('parts work')|Identification and exploration of parts and their roles.|Exploration of parts that self has a tendency to blend with and identification of ways to unblend and separate from these parts.|Introduced and discussed basics of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)|Provided psychoeducation related to Dialectical Behavior Therapy skills training."]. 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PROGRESS/RESPONSE: [textarea name="RTI" default=" Some progress apparent. Client was actively engaged throughout the session and responded well to the intervention offered. Treatment continues to show good evolution and development"]
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First Name ()

CURRENT CONCERNS: .
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Place of Service:
START: -- END: (Duration: score1=((End)-(Start))-40 minutes)
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This session is medically necessary to address symptoms, improve functioning .




first_name arrived for session. addt'l attendees; client location if telehealth gender_ID

MEDICAL/LEGAL CHANGES OR CONCERNS:

AFFECT:
MOOD:
THOUGHT PROCESSES & CONTENT: .
RISK ASSESSMENT:

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FUNCTIONAL STATUS
first_name has problems with affect/physiological regulation that are impacting their functioning in some life domains, but gender_ID is able to control affect at times.
Relational:
Occupational/School:
Physical:

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SESSION THEMES: The main themes of the session were:
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Relational Themes Trauma Themes Identity Themes Process Themes Grief/Mourning/Loss Themes Adjustment Themes Daily Life Themes


SESSION GOALS:

CLINICAL INTERVENTIONS:
Anxiety TX


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PLAN:
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