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This section will focus on providing Christian counselors with materials and tools for conducting Christian counseling.   Keep checking back.  Materials will be added on a regular basis. 

NEW!  A Newsletter For Students and Beginning Counselors.  Dr. Campbell is starting a newsletter for students training to be be counselors and for counselors who are in the early stages of setting up their counseling practices.  Some of the topics for the emails are presented below.  When completing the form, make sure you sign up under:  Students/Counseling Tips/Counseling Resources

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Clinical Tools  
Adult Client History:  This client history was developed by Dr. Campbell used in his clinical practice.  
Telephone Intake Adult :  A form used when taking client information over the telephone (prior to first session).  
Confidentiality and Record Keeping:  Dr. Campbell describes Florida's statues for psychologist on the topics of confidentiality and record keeping.  
Telephone Intake Child:  A form used when taking client information (for a child) over the telephone (prior to first meeting).  
Appointment Confirmation Email/Letter:  An email to confirm first appointment.  
Christian Experiences and Beliefs Checklist:
This client checklist helps therapists identify the client's core beliefs regarding Christian doctrines and provides an assessment of background information regarding religious training and upbringing.  This knowledge is essential to "good practices" in Christian counseling.
Authorization for the Release of Confidential Information (Sample)  
Client Handbook:  This handbook provides basic contractual obligations and understandings between client and therapist.  Required HIPPA information is also included.  This handbook is for sample purposes only.  Dr. Campbell does not guarantee the accuracy or legal validity of the document.  Regulations change from time to time, so the accuracy of the document cannot be guaranteed.  
Consent for Treatment:  This Consent Form is used in conjunction with the "Client Handbook."  It provides authorization for treatment and agreement with the contents of the "Client Handbook."  
Discover the Lies:  This tool is used to discover irrational beliefs and thoughts associated with depression.  
Major Depression Information:  This pamphlet developed by Dr. Campbell can be used to give to clients.  It contains basic information on Major Depression, including information on antidepressants.  
Medications with Side-Effects of Depression:
This clinical tool was developed by Dr. Campbell to help counselors identify client medications that may produce symptoms of depression.
Parental Patterns:  Dr. Campbell developed this form to help counselors identify irrational beliefs that parents teach children.
Personality Disorders: Underlying Irrational Beliefs:
A checklist for identifying irrational beliefs associated with 10 personality disorders.
Questioning Your Beliefs  This clinical tool was developed by Dr. Campbell to help clients question the validity of faulty, irrational beliefs (lies).  


Starting a Christian Counseling Private Practice—Basic Considerations

The Setting:  Locations, Offices, Space, Noise, Record Keeping, Costs, Phones, Computers, Billing Software, Furniture, Occupational License, Leasing, Malpractice Insurance,

                Staff:  Secretary, Partners

Joining An Established Private Practice:  Basic Considerations

                Contracts, Fee Splitting, Insurance

How to Obtain Clients:  Basic Considerations

                Networking; Giving Presentations; Volunteering; Linking with Local Churches; Starting a Website; Smartphones

Intake Procedures:  Tips and Recommendations.

                Intake Forms; HIPPA regulations; Confidentiality