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(p. 244) Session 17: Maintaining Systems and Gains 

(p. 244) Session 17: Maintaining Systems and Gains
(p. 244) Session 17: Maintaining Systems and Gains

Jordana Muroff

, Patty Underwood

, and Gail Steketee

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date: 27 January 2021

Group members discuss daily routines that help them work on clutter and maintain progress they have made on the clutter in their homes. They discuss how to cope with the empty space left when clutter is removed, and plan alternative sources of enjoyment and coping. Leaders introduce the topic of the ending of the group and what this will mean for each member. A case vignette illustrates this discussion and a display of mutual aid among group members. The session ends with a sorting exercise done in pairs within the group using items brought from home.

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