Therapists explore client's goals at the beginning of treatment. They explain their treatment plan and interventions to help clients understand how they will be able to reach their goals and feel better. At every session, they cliet and help patients ientolve problems that are of greatest distress. They do so through a structure that seeks to maximize efficiency, learning, and therapeutic change. Important parts of each session include a mood check, a bridge between sessions, prioritizing an agenda, discussing specific problems and teaching skills in the context of solving these problems, setting of self-help assignments, summary, and feedback.