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(p. 210) Session 14: Coaching and Letting Go 

(p. 210) Session 14: Coaching and Letting Go
(p. 210) Session 14: Coaching and Letting Go

Jordana Muroff

, Patty Underwood

, and Gail Steketee

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date: 29 October 2020

Leaders describe the role of a coach who might assist them with sorting at home or resisting acquiring outside the home. Group members discuss the features of helpful versus unhelpful coaching communication styles and consider various practical aspects of identifying and using a coach to assist them. Members practice being a coach in pairs, with one coaching while the other practices sorting and discarding. Vignettes illustrate the process. The group ends with a discussion of the non-acquisition trip during the next session and preparations for this. Clients view a video of a non-acquiring trip. Homework focuses on identifying a coach and preparing for the non-acquisition trip.

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