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(p. 91) Session 10: Addressing More Difficult Symptoms/Family Problem Solving 

(p. 91) Session 10: Addressing More Difficult Symptoms/Family Problem Solving
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(p. 91) Session 10: Addressing More Difficult Symptoms/Family Problem Solving
Author(s):

John Piacentini

, Audra Langley

, and Tami Roblek

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195310511.003.0010
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date: 21 October 2019

The tenth session continues ERP with items higher on the child's hierarchy, and plans for coping following the terminaion of treatment. The family session addresses problematic OCD-related areas, and reviews the family's abilities to solve potential difficulties that may arise.

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