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(p. 111) Strategies for Treating Specific Cognitive Deficits and Working with Clients 

(p. 111) Strategies for Treating Specific Cognitive Deficits and Working with Clients
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(p. 111) Strategies for Treating Specific Cognitive Deficits and Working with Clients
Author(s):

Alice Medalia

, Tiffany Herlands

, Alice Saperstein

, and Nadine Revheim

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780190608453.003.0007
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date: 25 January 2021

Clients come to The Learning Center with unique combinations of cognitive profiles, learning styles, personalities, levels of motivation, and levels of insight. As a result, the therapist has to strategically plan and adapt to the needs of each client over the course of the training sessions. This involves consideration of the type of training, compensatory strategies, and learning enhancements that can best motivate the client to engage with the programmatic training and to set and achieve goals. Chapter 7 describes specific approaches to remediating particular cognitive deficits and provides general guidance for in-session coaching of clients.

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