By Betsy D. Kennard PsyD, Jennifer L. Hughes PhD, Aleksandra A. Foxwell PhD
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Copyright © 2016 The Guilford Press. Permission to photocopy this handout is granted to purchasers of this book for personal use or use with individual clients (see copyright page for details). Purchasers can download additional copies of this handout (see the box at the end of the table of contents). 1 Ch a p t e r 4 How to Use This Treatment Manual A Flexible Approach The RP-CBT treatment is intended to be used in a flexible manner. It should provide the therapist with guidelines to use for content and session structure.
Psychoeducation and skill teaching. • Consider how the new skill fits on the timeline. • Collaborate on practice assignment for the next week. • Summarize the session (Make It Stick). What are the stages of therapy? • There will be 8 to 11 sessions (with more sessions available if needed). • Stage 1: During the first 4 weeks of treatment, you and your family will come in weekly. Parents will be invited into sessions 1, 2, and 3 for the last 30 minutes. • Stage 2: This stage consists of four sessions of treatment (once every other week for 8 weeks).
In addition, each session will include a parent component, or parent check-in, in which skills will be reviewed (in most cases with the child teaching the skill) with the parent. Parent participation in the relapse plan and any homework will be an important part of all child sessions. Addressing Diversity Sensitivity to issues of diversity is an important consideration for any therapist. , 2014). aspx). It is recommended that consultation be obtained when working with patients and families from different cultures and ethnic backgrounds.