Ability to form an alliance with the therapist: a possible marker of prognosis for patients with antisocial personality disorder.

Abstract

Antisocial personality disorder is generally perceived to be refractory to treatment, particularly psychotherapy. In this study, the ability of 48 patients with this disorder to form a working relationship with a psychotherapist or drug counselor was examined in relation to outcome of 24 weeks of treatment evaluated at 7-month follow-up. Some antisocial… (More)

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