Defining Treatment Completion According to Patient Competency: A Case Example Using Brief Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (BCBT) for Suicidal Patients

PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY-RESEARCH AND PRACTICE, pp. 130.0-136, 2012.

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Treatment completion (commonly referred to as termination) is a routine and essential component of the treatment process. Although the relevant literature has discussed how to complete treatment, much less discussion and guidance exists regarding when, and under what conditions, treatment should be considered complete. The current article...More

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