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(p. 63) Skills Training 

(p. 63) Skills Training
(p. 63) Skills Training

Gail Steketee

and Randy O. Frost

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date: 06 April 2020

Chapter 6 encourages clients to learn problem-solving skills and task reminders to help remove impediments that can interfere with progress on hoarding. They also learn to sort and organize items they want to keep or remove using a personal organizing form that guides decisions. This includes a plan for where to keep objects and papers and guidelines for how long to keep certain papers. Preparation for organizing includes assembling materials needed for filing and storing items. Several forms for clients to use help guide the process.

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