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By Allan Zuckoff, Dennis Daley

Your look for powerful compliance-motivation options is over. In bettering remedy Compliance, Dennis C. Daley, M.S.W., and Allan Zuckoff, M.A., deal with what could be the most crucial projects in treating substance abuse and twin issues: getting consumers to wait remedy and motivating consumers to paintings at the difficulties which are inflicting them discomfort and disorder. during this entire, concise, and useful booklet, Daley and Zuckoff: overview the continuum of compliance establish how negative compliance finds itself and the way it impacts others establish the numerous elements contributing to compliance difficulties combine broad scientific adventure and an exhaustive evaluate of the literature on compliance-related concerns describe either counseling and platforms suggestions to enhance compliance.

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Page 45 Clients often report many other adverse effects of poor compliance with professional treatment or their personal recovery plan such as losing stability in a living situation, losing jobs, experiencing legal difficulties, getting incarcerated, feeling suicidal or acting on such feelings, acting out in violent ways in interpersonal relationships, falling into debt, and feeling spiritually bankrupt. While these are some of the most commonly reported negative effects of poor compliance, there are many others as well.

These can include compulsive gambling or sexual behavior, medical or physical problems, difficulty with child care, illness of a child or family member, lack of transportation to treatment sessions or self-help programs, incarceration, lack of time, and limited financial resources to pay for professional treatments such as medications or therapy sessions. A single mother with a limited income may miss counseling sessions because she cannot afford to pay a babysitter and has limited access to free baby-sitting from family, friends, or neighbors.

In some rural areas, treatment resources are limited and clients may have difficulty getting to sessions because of the distance they have to travel or because of transportation problems. Type of Treatment Offered and Choices Available Clients need to feel they have choices in the treatment services offered to them. For example, many clients complain about treatment programs that only offer group sessions. These clients feel cheated when they don't receive individual counseling. Many need individual sessions to selfdisclose personal thoughts, feelings, and problems, which is a neces- Page 35 sary process to facilitate change.

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