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The researchers had noted that motivation for taking disulﬁram could easily dissipate soon after the client left the ﬁrst therapy session. When this occurred, the likelihood that the client would take the initiative to pick up the disulﬁram prescription dropped dramatically. Thus, those clients assigned to the disulﬁram assurance groups in the 1982 study were guided to obtain the medication immediately after, or even during, the ﬁrst session. The on-site medical staﬀ were available to hand the client a prescription slip during the ﬁrst meeting.
It was also a test period during which both the client and the therapist could recognize possible barriers to long-term sobriety and implement new coping strategies. 24 Practice and Promise: The Azrin Studies Immediate disulﬁram administration Despite the demonstrated success of the existing disulﬁram assurance procedures for encouraging treatment compliance, Azrin et al. (1982) developed yet another way to ensure clients would take the medication. The researchers had noted that motivation for taking disulﬁram could easily dissipate soon after the client left the ﬁrst therapy session.
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