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(p. 59) Addressing Accommodation 

(p. 59) Addressing Accommodation
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(p. 59) Addressing Accommodation
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Eli R. Lebowitz

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10.1093/med-psych/9780190869984.003.0006
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date: 17 October 2019

This chapter provides rich tools and helpful strategies for beginning the practical implementation of reducing family accommodation in clinical work. The chapter covers the psychoeducational component of treatment and includes several useful metaphors that can be used to convey both to parents and to children the rationale for reducing family accommodation. The chapter also offers guidance and suggestions for educating parents on the role of family accommodation in maintaining child anxiety. The chapter also covers tools and tips for more detailed mapping and monitoring of family accommodation and guidelines for choosing domains of accommodation to focus on in the subsequent steps.

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