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(p. 51) Session 2: Model-Building 

(p. 51) Session 2: Model-Building
(p. 51) Session 2: Model-Building

Jordana Muroff

, Patty Underwood

, and Gail Steketee

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date: 26 October 2020

Group members learn to formulate how their hoarding and acquiring symptoms developed and why they persist, by using a conceptual model of hoarding. Included in the model is information about family and personal vulnerabilities to hoarding, cognitive processing problems, thoughts and beliefs, and positive and negative emotions that drive hoarding and acquiring behaviors. An illustration of a hoarding model is provided. Case vignettes illustrate the process developing the conceptual model that will guide treatment within the group. Clients learn to complete a brief Thought Record. Home assignments include monitoring thoughts and feelings using the Brief Thought Record and working on the hoarding model using the client Workbook.

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