Record keeping is a legally required and yet rarely researched aspect of the practice of psychologists. The current study aims to establish an overview of the record-keeping practices of private practitioners. Seventeen psychologists employed in private practice settings were interviewed about their record-keeping practices. Psychologists were asked about the content and utility of their clinical records, training, knowledge of legislation, and their concerns about record-keeping practices. Psychologists also reviewed one of their clinical files and reported on the contents. Thematic analysis of interview transcripts was conducted with the following themes arising: accuracy, accountability, utility of records, compliance with legal and professional standards, opinion versus fact, and time. The limitations of the current study are acknowledged, and recommendations for further research are outlined.