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(p. 123) Phases of Treatment 

(p. 123) Phases of Treatment
(p. 123) Phases of Treatment

Alice Medalia

, Tiffany Herlands

, Alice Saperstein

, and Nadine Revheim

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date: 27 January 2021

Chapter 8 explains how the therapist can best prepare to guide cognitive remediation clients through the beginning, middle, and end phases of treatment. In each phase, the overarching goal of the therapist is to engage clients in the process of learning and create an environment that is conducive to cognitive and personal growth. This is accomplished by tailoring the introduction and progression of cognitive exercises and by employing techniques to motivate clients and meet the evolving learning needs of every individual throughout the course of intervention. When CR is successful, clients gain mastery over cognitive skills and strategies, strengthen their identity as independent learners, and progress toward achieving personal goals for recovery.

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