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(p. 99) Rehearsal and Review of Adaptive Thinking Skills 

(p. 99) Rehearsal and Review of Adaptive Thinking Skills
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(p. 99) Rehearsal and Review of Adaptive Thinking Skills
Author(s):

Steven A. Safren

, Susan E. Sprich

, Carol A. Perlman

, and Michael W. Otto

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780190235581.003.0010
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date: 25 October 2020

This chapter completes the discussion of adaptive thinking for clients with ADHD. It includes a description of how to review thought records on which clients have developed rational responses. It describes how to work with clients on identifying additional situations that may require adaptive thinking and cognitive restructuring. Information is given on how to evaluate the need for the optional procrastination session described in Chapter 11. A case vignette illustrates how to put these strategies into place.

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