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In this manuscript, research on treatment compliance and dropout in group therapy is reviewed. A number of variables found to be related to the compliance and dropout are identified including client characteristics, treatment characteristics, and therapist perceptions and behavior. Implications of these results for increasing treatment compliance are discussed.

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Hollenbaugh, K. M. H. (2011). Treatment Compliance in Group Therapy: Issues and Interventions, Michigan Journal of Counseling, 38(2), 27-39. doi:10.22237/mijoc/1314835380





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