H E Kortrijk
Country: The Netherlands
- Involuntary admission may support treatment outcome and motivation in patients receiving assertive community treatmentHans Erik Kortrijk
BavoEuropoort, Westersingel 94, 3015 LC, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol 45:245-52. 2010..We hypothesized that involuntary admission would improve psychosocial outcome and not adversely affect their treatment motivation...
- Treatment outcome in patients receiving assertive community treatmentH E Kortrijk
Parnassia Bavo Group, BavoEuropoort, Westersingel 94, 3015 LC, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Community Ment Health J 46:330-6. 2010..e., worse outcome). To improve treatment outcome, we recommend better implementation of ACT, and also the implementation of additional programs targeting subgroups which seem to benefit less from ACT...
- The motivation paradox: higher psychosocial problem levels in severely mentally ill patients are associated with less motivation for treatmentCornelis L Mulder
Bavo Europoort, Prins Constantijnweg 48 54, 3066 TA, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol 49:541-8. 2014..Such difficult-to-engage patients may also be the most in need of treatment. We hypothesized that the level of psychosocial problems would be inversely related to motivation for treatment...
- Changes in motivation for treatment in precontemplating dually diagnosed patients receiving assertive community treatmentH E Kortrijk
Bavo Europoort Psychiatric Institute, Prins Constantijnweg 48 54, 3066 TA, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Community Ment Health J 49:733-41. 2013..Those who remained in precontemplation benefited less from treatment. Of those who did move forward, most appeared to become motivated for psychiatric treatment before becoming motivated to reduce substance use...