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Engaging clients with personality disorder in treatment
Purpose: This paper seeks to highlight the findings from a research project on improving treatment engagement for clients with personality difficulties. Design/methodology/approach: The authors provide an overview of the ...
A comparison of women who continue and discontinue treatment for borderline personality disorder
Background: Treatment non-completion is a significant problem for personality disorder treatment services. Aims: We investigated differences between treatment continuers and treatment discontinuers of a tertiary specialist ...
Readiness to engage in treatments for personality disorder
Treatment non-completion in personality disorder (PD) treatments is prevalent and non-completers show poorer treatment outcomes than completers. Identifying risk factors for non-completion, and particularly causal risk ...
Personal aspirations and concerns inventory for offenders: Developments in the measurement of offenders' motivation
Background: It is important to attend to offenders' motivation for treatment and behavior change, either as a treatment selection criterion or a pre-treatment need. One measure of motivation that has been used with forensic ...