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Improving Treatment Compliance: Counseling and Systems Strategies for Substance Abuse and Dual Disorders
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Your search for effective compliance-motivation strategies is over. In "Improving Treatment Compliance," Dennis C. Daley, M.S.W., and Allan Zuckoff, M.A., address what may be the most important tasks in treating substance abuse and dual disorders: getting clients to attend treatment and motivating clients to work on the problems that are causing them pain and dysfunction. In this comprehensive, concise, and practical book, Daley and Zuckoff: review the continuum of compliance identify how poor compliance reveals itself and how it affects others identify the many factors contributing to compliance problems integrate extensive clinical experience and an exhaustive review of the literature on compliance-related issues describe both counseling and systems strategies to improve compliance. (Publisher)
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1999
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