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(p. 89) Mapping Accommodation 

(p. 89) Mapping Accommodation
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(p. 89) Mapping Accommodation
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Eli R. Lebowitz

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10.1093/med-psych/9780190883522.003.0006
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date: 09 May 2021

This chapter details the process of creating an accommodation map and monitoring accommodation. Most parents provide many different forms of accommodation, and it is important to make a choice about which to focus on first. If the behavior is something the parents do because of the child’s anxiety and the child becomes more anxious if the parents do not do it, it is likely that it is an accommodation. Knowing as much as possible about the various accommodations parents have been providing will mean they have the most options to choose from, and this will make it more likely that they select the best accommodation to reduce first. After completing an accommodation map, it will be much easier for parents to keep track of the accommodations they continue to provide in the coming days and weeks. Once the parents start actively reducing the accommodation, the log will be a useful way to keep track of changes in the parents’ overall accommodation, alongside the more specific focus on the accommodation they choose to reduce.

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