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Treatment refusal by clients face healthcare staff and organizations with a number of ethical and practical dilemmas.

Obviously clients have rights and informed refusal is the other side of informed consent. Where people are of sound mind and have prepared advance directives etc there is a legal and ethical framework to guide us.

However psychological notions of psychotherapeutic resistance help us understand that treatment compliance can be problematic and can require working through

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