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(p. 197) Treating Reluctant and Involuntary Clients 

(p. 197) Treating Reluctant and Involuntary Clients
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(p. 197) Treating Reluctant and Involuntary Clients
Author(s):

Stanley L. Brodsky

and Caroline Titcomb

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199845491.003.0039
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date: 23 November 2017

Chapter 39 presents suggestions for the treatment of reluctant and involuntary clients, including false assumptions and perceived roles, leverage and perspective in the therapeutic context, and adjustments that can be made to the therapeutic technique.

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