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1. Individuals with higher global functioning, better readiness for action, and lower self-esteem decrement tend to have better psychosocial treatment participation. 2. Individuals with lesser psychiatric symptoms are more likely to have better treatment attendance. 3. Self-stigmatisation undermines treatment compliance. Its indirect effects can be mediated via stages of change and insight. 4. The self-stigma reduction programme may reduce self-esteem decrement, promote readiness for changingpmid:24473581 fatcat:otu3avisuvanpcqmtn6vnn5bqa