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(p. 119) Handling Slips 

(p. 119) Handling Slips
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(p. 119) Handling Slips
Author(s):

Steven A. Safren

, Susan E. Sprich

, Carol A. Perlman

, and Michael W. Otto

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780190235581.003.0012
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date: 29 October 2020

This final chapter of the guide covers strategies for preventing slips and relapses after the client completes the treatment program for ADHD. The chapter includes a review of all of the skills that were taught in the treatment program. The therapist should discuss with clients which skills they found to be helpful and which did not. The chapter includes a troubleshooting worksheet and a worksheet that clients can use after treatment has ended to review things that are going well as well as skills that need to be practiced. Advice for maintaining the gains made in treatment and terminating treatment is offered.

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