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(p. 103) Session 10: How Can Parents Help? Second Parent/Adolescent Session 

(p. 103) Session 10: How Can Parents Help? Second Parent/Adolescent Session
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(p. 103) Session 10: How Can Parents Help? Second Parent/Adolescent Session
Author(s):

Susan E. Sprich

, and Steven A. Safren

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780190854485.003.0011
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date: 26 May 2020

This chapter discusses the second parent/adolescent session. In this session, a joint meeting is held with the adolescent client and their parent or parents. The main goal of this session is to discuss how the treatment program is going, revisit treatment goals set at the beginning of treatment, and talk about how things are going with the level of parent involvement and the reward system that was developed (if applicable). The chapter also includes information about how to set reasonable expectations for future improvements and how to continue to use the learned skills after the treatment program has ended.

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