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(p. 129) Planning How to Reduce Accommodation 

(p. 129) Planning How to Reduce Accommodation
(p. 129) Planning How to Reduce Accommodation

Eli R. Lebowitz

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date: 09 May 2021

This chapter discusses the process of planning for reducing accommodation. A good plan for reducing accommodation should be as detailed as possible. This chapter presents sample plans to give parents an idea of the kind of details their plan should have. The plan that the parents make to reduce the target accommodation they provide to the child with anxiety is not going to be perfect, and that is OK. The important thing is to think through the details of the plan as much as possible, consider which things will make it challenging to implement, and then move forward with putting it into practice. The parents may need to make adjustments to their plan when they encounter a difficulty they had not considered, and this is also to be expected. The chapter then provides a guide on how parents can make a plan for reducing target accommodations, and how to think through the challenges in implementing the plan.

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