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(p. 163) Session 12: Evaluation of In-Vivo Exposure Assignment 

(p. 163) Session 12: Evaluation of In-Vivo Exposure Assignment
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(p. 163) Session 12: Evaluation of In-Vivo Exposure Assignment
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Victor G. Carrión

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780190201326.003.0012
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date: 28 October 2020

Session 12 focuses primarily on evaluating the in vivo exposure, with a particular focus on the use of tools in responding to traumatic cues. Because the therapy has almost run its course, it is the responsibility of the therapist to prepare the youth for termination, using session 12 as an opportunity to address any negative feelings associated with termination. Strategies for identifying particularly useful tools and framing termination as a positive experience are presented. The obstacles presented by termination are also discussed.

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