In May 2018 I had the opportunity to present a webinar hosted by ISPS-US about “Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Psychosis Recovery”.
The webinar introduced Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and how this approach can be adapted to the needs of people with psychosis.
I shared the developments in group ACT my research team evaluated across a couple of studies in the UK. The groups are currently being evaluated in public mental health services in the UK and Australia.
The group manual is described in our new book, ACT for Psychosis Recovery (published by New Harbinger Publications).
The webinar was recorded:
Thanks very much to the webinar audience for lots of great questions and comments, and to Ron Unger of ISPS-US for organising the event!
ACT for Psychosis is also described in a chapter I wrote for a new book, CBT for Psychosis: Process-oriented Therapies and the Third wave, published by the Internal Society for Psychological and Social approaches to Psychosis (ISPS).
For more details about Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Psychosis please check out our website and resources: actforpsychosis.com
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