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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 ...
Recruitment to personality disorder treatment trials
Purpose: Randomised controlled trial (RCT) methodology is viewed as the gold standard in evaluating the impact of interventions. Recruitment problems present one threat to the validity of RCTs, yet the barriers to recruitment ...
Barriers to and facilitators of treatment engagement for clients with personality disorder: A Delphi survey
Clients with personality disorder (PD) can encounter difficulties engaging in psychosocial therapy. One way to address this is to identify the factors that contribute to their low engagement. The Multifactor Offender ...
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 ...
Treatment readiness, treatment engagement and behaviour change
BACKGROUND: Non-completion of treatment is a common occurrence in correctional contexts. Non-completion compromises service cost-efficiency, impacts adversely on staff and service user morale and may limit the effectiveness ...
Strategies for engaging people with personality disorder in treatment
Around one third of people with personality disorder do not complete treatment. It is important to improve engagement because non-completion of treatment is associated with poorer clinical outcomes. Possible strategies ...