Behavior and Cognitive Therapy Today. Selected Proceedings by E. Sanavio (Eds.)

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262). In cases where it seems impossible to elicit a clear description of the main presenting complaint, it can be appropriate to ask the client to list all problems in the session or as a homework task. Such compilation will facilitate hypotheses regarding relationships between simple complaints and might thus be helpful in detecting the underlying problem mechanism. Turkat (1986) provides an example for this: Assume the following list of problems is generated: (1) Depression, (2) Lack of friends, (3) Excessive hand washing, (4) Inability to leave the house, (5) Difficulty sleeping, (6) Excessive cleaning.

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