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(p. 12) Group Formation and Assessment 

(p. 12) Group Formation and Assessment
(p. 12) Group Formation and Assessment

Jordana Muroff

, Patty Underwood

, and Gail Steketee

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date: 29 October 2020

This chapter includes a list of the content of each group treatment session and describes the structure, leadership, and formation of hoarding groups. Methods for assessing hoarding symptoms include clinician measures as well as client self-report scales. An in-home assessment ensures that group leaders understand the context of each group member’s hoarding problem and helps determine where to begin the treatment efforts. The client Workbook is integrated into the therapy process.

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