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Tuesday, January 08, 2019


We looked at the relation between these kinds of preferences, therapist directiveness and addiction treatment outcomes in "My Way or yours?", freely available at:

It was part of the Manners Matter series - see all at:

The conclusion was that matching client preferences to therapist style can be an important factor in treatment success.

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