Role induction: a method for enhancing early retention in outpatient drug-free treatment.

@article{Katz2004RoleIA,
  title={Role induction: a method for enhancing early retention in outpatient drug-free treatment.},
  author={Elizabeth C. Katz and Barry S. Brown and Robert P. Schwartz and Eric Weintraub and W. Flynt Barksdale and Robert M. Robinson},
  journal={Journal of consulting and clinical psychology},
  year={2004},
  volume={72 2},
  pages={
          227-34
        }
}
Retention in outpatient drug-free treatment is poor, with many clients terminating prior to receiving therapeutic benefit. This randomized clinical trial compared the impact on retention and drug use of an individual role induction session conducted at intake with the standard group orientation offered at the clinic. Results of interim analyses indicated that participants assigned to role induction (n = 180) were retained for more days, more likely to attend at least one postorientation session… CONTINUE READING
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