Recording and Treatment Forms

  • Sheldon J. Kaplan
Part of the Applied Clinical Psychology book series


After the initial intake questionnaires and assessment surveys, the assessment interviews, and written evaluation have all been completed, there are a variety of forms that can help the behavioral clinician organize, implement, monitor, track, and troubleshoot the treatment procedures planned. These forms have been developed by this author as well as by noted behaviorists in the clinical field and are categorized as either recording forms, those in which the clinician collects data or wants to track the progress of the client’s behavior during therapy, or treatment forms,which the therapist uses to facilitate treatment. Summaries of treatment procedures pertinent to the client’s problems or suggested homework assignments for the client to complete are two examples. In this chapter, many of the recording and treatment forms that a therapist can use are listed and discussed.


Treatment Form Irrational Belief Relaxation Response Homework Assignment Systematic Desensitization 
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© Plenum Press, New York 1986

Authors and Affiliations

  • Sheldon J. Kaplan
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  1. 1.Private PracticeJacksonvilleUSA

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