Unformatted text preview: the most anxiety. Ex: Thinking about asking the persons, walking toward, being face to face with the person, confrontations, verbalizing. Step 3-Role-play or behavioral rehearsal: should be as realistic as possible Client comes to appointment, knowing that they are not going to be in a session. It will be a “role-playing” with therapist, just as if they were in a real situation. Use other alternatives discussed as possible ways of relieving anxiety, and pressure. Step 4-Carry out the behaviors in the real world. Sending the client to go to a public setting, ask client to perform just as practiced in step three. If successful continue with other meetings to reinforce, if this fails ask client back to office Sheila 2/24/10 11:53 PM Comment: Follow up even if the client is successful… debrief and discuss what went well, what didn’t, etc....
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