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(p. 29) Child Tools 

(p. 29) Child Tools
(p. 29) Child Tools

Jennifer B. Freeman

and Abbe Marrs Garcia

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date: 30 October 2020

Chapter 3 discusses tools that will be developed by the child to use to cope with and reduce their OCD symptoms. These tools include the feelings thermometer, developing a hierarchy of OCD symptoms, self-monitoring, positive self-talk (or ‘bossing back’). Techniques to introduce the child to the treatment program are also outlined.

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