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(p. 113) How to assess progress and deal with problems 

(p. 113) How to assess progress and deal with problems
(p. 113) How to assess progress and deal with problems

S. Rachman

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date: 26 October 2020

This chapter discusses the assessment of progress, and how to deal with problems. It outlines the re-administration of pretreatment measures in order to gauge progress, common problems that can arise and how to deal with them, and the processes of follow-up sessions after the termination of treatment, and relapse prevention.

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