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(p. 47) Session 3: Do The Most Important Things First! 

(p. 47) Session 3: Do The Most Important Things First!
(p. 47) Session 3: Do The Most Important Things First!

Susan E. Sprich

, and Steven A. Safren

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date: 05 May 2021

Client behaviors serve as signposts of change, showing that the therapy is on track and progressing well. If your client is not exhibiting these behaviors, discuss and conduct problem-solving to uncover any obstacles that might be preventing the client from using the skills. This chapter describes how to decide on effective calendar and task list systems. It also includes information on how to manage multiple tasks. Information is provided about how to set up a prioritization system for tasks.

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