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(p. 162) (p. 163) Tailoring Treatment to the Individual 

(p. 162) (p. 163) Tailoring Treatment to the Individual
(p. 162) (p. 163) Tailoring Treatment to the Individual

Edna B. Foa

, Kelly R. Chrestman

, and Eva Gilboa-Schechtman

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date: 26 January 2021

Chapter 13 discusses alterations that can be made to tailor the treatment program to the individual client, depending on the nature of their trauma, age, and level of family involvement, and provides practical advice based on the conceptual model underlying PE, as well as our extensive experience adapting the treatment for a wide variety of patients.

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