generate a second checklist that you can use to help monitor your own emotional reactions to termination and how you are coping with those reactions.

Whether you use Fair and Bressler’s (1992) instrument or another one, it is helpful to follow some format to be sure you cover all the bases and explore your own responses to termination. Considering what we have said about termination in this and the preceding chapter, generate a checklist for yourself in which you identify key logistical details about termination. For example, your list might include details regarding notification of clients, arrangements for transfer, and so on. Then generate a second checklist that you can use to help monitor your own emotional reactions to termination and how you are coping with those reactions. It will also be helpful to review your ideas with peers, instructors, and supervisors, requesting their feedback.

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