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Reiki Customer Intake & Treatment Record Books, for Practitioners & Students
( Expanded Version )
These Beautiful Paperback Reiki Journals are Lionza's latest manifestations, it's designed for Reiki students and practitioners, but more and more patients receiving treatment are buying it to keep their own healing treatment Journal.
Here is a practical way to register and record your customer's session notes about their treatments and their healing journey, while making sure all the info stays in same place and fully accessible during your daily sessions and appointments.
PLEASE NOTE: (Colors of cover may vary slightly due to color variation in monitors)
Hold 33 Patients or Session Records
Can be used specially for weekly customer treatment records for weekly customers or each page as a record of las session
100 8.5 x 11 white color quality pages with easy to fill in, client Intake Forms.
Customer personal contact Information
Brief medical history
Patient's body chart ( front & back )
Next appointment date & time to follow up
Strong paperback quality
Many Many Beautiful Covers To Choose From
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