Journal Recording Template NU Student Name: ____________________________________

Journal Recording Template
NU Student Name: ______________________________________
Date of Meeting/Activity/Event/Etc.: _____________________
Title of Meeting/Activity/Event/Etc.: ______________________________________________
Part A: Describe the reason, purpose, and/or goals of the interaction/meeting; Provide general background information including previous related meetings, and presenting problem(s)/concern(s); List the ways in which you prepared for the meeting, and what your expectations were for the outcome.
Part B: Describe, in detail, the meeting/activity/event/etc. Include location, participants, etc.
Part C: Describe the dynamics of the meeting/activity/event/etc. Describe the group interactions and processes. Include some verbatim dialogue. Were the goals addressed? Were they accomplished? What was the outcome of the meeting? What, if any, are the intended follow up actions?
Part D: Self-Assessment – what was your participation in the meeting/activity/event/etc.? Evaluate the experience and describe your observations about what was successful and what could have been done differently. What do you think the next steps/future activities should include?
Neumann University
SW 460 & 461
Process Recording Template
NU Student Name: _________________________________________Date of Interview/Meeting: _____________________
Client’s Name(s) (use code): ______________________________________________________________________________________
Part A: Describe the reason, purpose, and/or goals of the client interaction/meeting; Provide general information about the client (make sure to keep all information non-identifying); Describe presenting problem(s)/concern(s); List the ways in which you prepared for the meeting, and what your expectations were for the outcome.
Part B: Fill in the columns in the chart.
Column I: Write, verbatim, the dialogue that occurred during your interaction with the client(s).
Column II: Your feelings.
Column III: Your assessment or analysis of what happened during the interaction.
Column IV: Leave blank for Instructor comments and feedback.
Content and Dialogue
Feelings
Assessment/Analysis
Instructor/Supervisor Comments
Part C: Summary – Summarize the experience, your feelings, and your assessment. Examine how you handled the interaction and how the client(s) responded to you. Were the objectives of the interaction (purpose, goals, etc.) achieved? Will you be meeting with the client again in the future? What may be the focus of future meetings? Write down any questions you may have for your Instructor/Supervisor.

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