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(p. 187) Session 15: Closing Session 2 

(p. 187) Session 15: Closing Session 2
(p. 187) Session 15: Closing Session 2

Victor G. Carrión

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date: 21 October 2020

During the final session of cue-centered therapy, the therapist meets with the youth alone to reinforce positively the progress made while developing strategies for the confrontation of future challenges. The therapist educates the child on how to retain the gains made during therapy and encourages him to questions. Strategies for brainstorming sustainable tools and emphasizing the positive aspects of termination are described.

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