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(p. 139) Skill Review, Follow-up Plans, and Termination 

(p. 139) Skill Review, Follow-up Plans, and Termination
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(p. 139) Skill Review, Follow-up Plans, and Termination
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David J. Kolko

and Eric M. Vernberg

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780190261191.003.0014
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date: 18 November 2017

This chapter prepares practitioners for the final treatment session and termination. It further reviews home practice of skills and interventions with the family and summarizes topics covered in previous chapters. It seeks to identify specific applications of the skills that the child and parent(s) have used. This discussion seeks to understand the benefits of applying these skills, any potential challenges they faced, and any possible changes needed in the plan. The chapter provides considerations for potential future problems the family might face, follow-up with the practitioner, and outside referrals. The family is prepared for upcoming termination by encouraging persistence in using the learned skills, and discussing referral options and community resources. A sample certificate for graduation is provided.

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