The behavior of antisocial persons is a challenge to traditional substance abuse counseling. Offender populations are packed with antisocial clients. It helps to address these behaviors directly, beginning with the treatment plan.

Treating the Antisocial Addict:  Treatment PlanningPeople with antisocial behavior patterns can be some of the toughest clients to help in conventional counseling.

Assessment and treatment planning can keep antisocial client focused. This article by Scott McMillin discusses an approach to treating antisocial addicts, by building goals and objectives tailored to their problems.

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