General Techniques of Neuropsychotherapy and Related Interventions
A therapy journal (or a diary or a recovery book, etc.) is a cognitive compensation for extended neuropsychotherapy for people with memory or organization impairments (Ellis, 1989). It may be a section of a cognitive rehabilitation memory book (Sohlberg & Mateer, 1989). It is for the client (and possibly the family), not for the therapist, whose clinical notes are separate.
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