This is something new that I've started in my individual counseling sessions. It serves a few purposes - it helps me gather data on how effective the sessions are, helps students self-reflect, and works as a discussion starter.
My students have really taken to this check-in method and I've definitely noticed a positive change in their ability to reflect and process what is happening around them. My next step is to take the data from the year and see if the self-reflections match each student's behavior and overall performance.
I print this check-in page on the back of my session summary form. That way, all of my notes for the session are in one place.