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(p. 13) Evidence-Based Treatment for Hoarding Disorder 

(p. 13) Evidence-Based Treatment for Hoarding Disorder
(p. 13) Evidence-Based Treatment for Hoarding Disorder

Gail Steketee

and Randy O. Frost

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date: 22 January 2021

Chapter 2 includes a detailed description of a model for understanding hoarding disorder. This is followed by a brief review of recent research on specialized behavioural and cognitive strategies developed specifically to address hoarding problems derived from the model. These strategies include case formulation, treatment planning, motivational interviewing, skills training, practicing non-acquiring and discarding, and cognitive therapy interventions. This combination treatment has shown good, outcomes in studies of individual and group formats. The basic outline of the method and therapy format is noted and forms the basis for the next chapters in this therapist guide.

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