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Free SFBT Client Evaluation Form

I developed this Solution Focused evaluation form for use with my clients where the employer pays for sessions. As this is confidential I am not free to feedback anything to the employer directly, so this form enables the client to confirm that they have attended the sessions, plus a minimum of information on their progress.

I’ve found that it is so useful that I now use it with all my clients.

Though this Solution Focused evaluation form looks simple I have found that it works as a useful way of encouraging reflection and consolidation. Clients like it and have been happy to complete the form, which I ask them to do at the end of a session.

I don’t ask them to do this at every session, as that would become tedious for them and, I believe, would be less effective. It is best used sparingly.

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