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(p. 193) Maintaining Gains 

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(p. 193) Maintaining Gains

Gail Steketee

and Randy O. Frost

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date: 22 January 2021

Chapter 12 provides forms to assist clinicians and clients in re-evaluating the severity of hoarding and related daily activities to determine progress made during therapy. Clients review their hoarding model and their initial goals in therapy to consider how much progress they have made. A careful review of all of the treatment methods used during the therapy helps clients decide which methods worked best for them and which ones they should continue to use in the coming months following treatment. Clinicians help clients develop specific strategies for continuing to work on hoarding and whether to schedule booster sessions. They try to anticipate potential problems that might occur in the coming months and to develop ways clients can cope when setbacks and lapses occur.

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