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[ FORM 25 —Use the top of this page for your letterhead.] Client Information Form 2 Note: If you were a patient here before, please fill in only the information that has changed. A. Identification Name: Date: B. Chief concern Please describe the main difficulty that has brought you to see me: C. Treatment 1. Have you ever received psychological, psychiatric, drug or alcohol treatment, or counseling services before? q No q Yes If yes, please indicate: When? From whom? For what? With what results? 2. Have you ever taken medications for psychiatric or emotional problems? q No q Yes If yes,please indicate: When? From whom? Which medications? For what? With what results? (cont.) FORM 25. Client clinical information form (p. 1 of 4). From The Paper Office . Copyright 2008 by Edward L. Zuckerman. Permission to photocopy this form is granted to purchasers of this book for personal use only (see copyright page for details).
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Client Information Form 2 (p. 2 of 4) D. Relationships in your family of origin. Please describe the following: 1. Your parents’ relationship with each other: 2. Your relationship with each parent and with any other adults present: 3. Your parents’ physical health problems,drug or alcohol use,and mental or emotional difficulties: 4. Your relationship with your brothers and sisters,in the past and present:
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This note was uploaded on 07/01/2010 for the course COUN 6682 A and taught by Professor All during the Spring '10 term at Walden University.

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