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Clients' in-session acceptance and cognitive defusion behaviors in acceptance-based treatment of tinnitus distress
Cognitive-behavioral treatment (CBT) is considered to be an effective treatment of distress associated with tinnitus (perception of internal noises without any Outer auditory stimulation), but the processes by which the ...
Evaluation of mediators of change in the treatment of epilepsy with acceptance and commitment therapy
The present study examined the mediators of change accounting for outcomes of a previously published study on acceptance and commitment therapy for the self-management of epilepsy and its life restricting impact. Conducted ...
Is it the sound or your relationship to it? The role of acceptance in predicting tinnitus impact
Tinnitus is an experience of sound in the absence of an appropriate external source. A symptom that can accompany most central or peripheral dysfunctions of the auditory system, tinnitus can lead to significant distress, ...
Using acceptance and commitment training in the support of parents of children diagnosed with autism
Parents of autistic children face enormous challenges, but very little attention has been paid to their psychological needs. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) has previously been tested with parents as part of a ...
Operationalizing mindfulness without unnecessary attachments
There are scientific advantages to defining mindfulness in terms of the psychological processes involved. Doing so, however, necessarily uncouples mindfulness from any given technology, including meditation. Defining ...