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Michael Tompkins

By Michael A. Tompkins, PhD 

Ambivalence—and a great deal of it—is a typical feature of hoarding disorder. Given the considerable ambivalence of most clients with this condition, clinicians want to take care to avoid inadvertently shutting down the client’s motivation to work on the problem. Here are typical ways clinicians shut down motivation when treating hoarding disorder.

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