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(p. 47) Session 4: What to Do When Things Aren’t Getting Done: Breaking Down Tasks and Problem-Solving 

(p. 47) Session 4: What to Do When Things Aren’t Getting Done: Breaking Down Tasks and Problem-Solving
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(p. 47) Session 4: What to Do When Things Aren’t Getting Done: Breaking Down Tasks and Problem-Solving
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Susan E. Sprich

, and Steven A. Safren

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780190854485.003.0005
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date: 05 August 2020

Problem-solving skills and how to deal with large projects are the focus of this chapter. This session contains information about how to manage overwhelming tasks, those that remain on the task list for many days or weeks without getting completed. Information is provided regarding how to use structured problem-solving to arrive at a solution to a problem. Additionally, the chapter contains information about how to break down large tasks into smaller, more manageable chunks to increase the likelihood of task completion.

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