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Generalization and Maintenance of Behavior Change
Generalization and maintenance of behavior change

A counselor has been treating Mario for alcohol abuse. As part of the intervention plan to decrease Mario's drinking, the counselor suggested several nondrinking behaviors that would be appropriate in the social situation in which Mario usually drinks. These behaviors were new to Mario, but he agreed to try them. What can the counselor do to promote the generalization and maintenance of the nondrinking behaviors?

Objectives

After completing this chapter, you should be able to do the following:

  • Identify four obstacles to the generalization and maintenance of desired responses from the practice setting to the client's environment.
  • State four ways to maximize the generalization of desired responses from the practice setting to the client's environment.
  • Describe how behavioral rehearsal ...

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