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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 ...
Comparing experiential acceptance and cognitive reappraisal as predictors of functional outcome in individuals with serious mental illness
Background: Two psychological regulation strategies to cope with psychotic symptoms proposed by the cognitive behavioral tradition were examined in this study: cognitive reappraisal and experiential acceptance. Although ...
A randomised controlled trial of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) for psychosis: study protocol
Background: Cognitive behavior therapy for psychosis has been a prominent intervention in the psychological treatment of psychosis. It is, however, a challenging therapy to deliver and, in the context of increasingly ...
Long-Term Effects of Brief Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Psychosis
A previous report explored the impact of a brief (four session) acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) intervention as compared with treatment as usual (TAU) on rehospitalization over 4 months in a sample of 80 inpatients ...