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The Situation Has Clearly Changed: So What Are We Going to Do About It?
Although cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) has been an enormous empirical and practical success over its 50+ year history, the situational factors that led to its success are changing. In this paper I briefly summarize the ...
Acceptance and commitment therapy for psychosis: intent to treat, hospitalization outcome and mediation by believability
Cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) has been shown to be efficacious when used as an adjunct to pharmacotherapy for psychotic disorders. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is a contextual form of CBT that attempts to ...
Processes of Change in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Cognitive Therapy for Depression: A Mediation Reanalysis of Zettle and Rains
Several articles have recently questioned the distinction between acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and traditional cognitive therapy (CT). This study presents a reanalysis of data from Zettle and Rains that compared ...
Open, Aware, and Active: Contextual Approaches as an Emerging Trend in the Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies
A wave of new developments has occurred in the behavioral and cognitive therapies that focuses on processes such as acceptance, mindfulness, attention, or values. In this review, we describe some of these developments and ...