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(p. 163) Session 10: Skills Training for Organizing 

(p. 163) Session 10: Skills Training for Organizing
(p. 163) Session 10: Skills Training for Organizing

Jordana Muroff

, Patty Underwood

, and Gail Steketee

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date: 29 October 2020

Leaders help group members identify organizational goals and guide clients to develop and implement a personal organizing plan, including categories for discarded items. Organizing forms assist in the organizing process, including a list of tasks and a plan for where to keep objects and papers. Preparation for organizing includes assembling materials needed for filing and storing items. Leaders help clients use a decision tree. The group discusses the transfer of sorting and organizing skills from group sessions to the home context. Vignettes illustrate the process or sorting and organizing.

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