TEACHING CLIENTS TO BE THEIR OWN THERAPISTS: A CASE-STUDY ILLUSTRATION1

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Abstract

Reports on an application of Self-Management Training (SMT), a therapeutic strategy in which the client is taught to develop and implement his or her own behavior therapy program. The client takes on the dual role of client and therapist, while the therapist takes on the role of supervisor. A case study illustrating this approach is presented and potential applications for treatment and prevention are discussed.

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