There are probably as many ways to record information, diagnostic assessments, and evaluative treatment reports as there are art therapists - I wrote an article ages ago re: this - you might want to look it up: Horovitz-Darby, E.G. (1987). Diagnosis and assessment: impact on art therapy. Journal of Art Therapy, October, 127 - 137.
Perhaps it will be useful, but more hepful would be to do a broad computer research on the subject. I've since written a book on the subject of enfolding in a spiritual perspective (Spiritual Art Therapy: An Alternate Path - 1994) and my student, Stephanie Brooke, just published a wonderful compendium called "An Art Therapist's Guide to Assessments: Tools of the Trade" (1996) published by my book's publishing house, Charles C Thomas, in Illinois.
Hope that helps! and good luck!
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