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(p. 44) (p. 45) Session 4: Cognitive Restructuring/Blame Reduction 

(p. 44) (p. 45) Session 4: Cognitive Restructuring/Blame Reduction
(p. 44) (p. 45) Session 4: Cognitive Restructuring/Blame Reduction

John Piacentini

, Audra Langley

, and Tami Roblek

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date: 22 October 2021

The fourth session of treatment discusses cognitive restructuring and blame reduction, including coping strategies, and exposure plus response prevention. Family involvement also continues with further psychoeducation and disengagement from the child's OCD behaviors.

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