Group acceptance and commitment therapy for patients and caregivers in psychosis services: Feasibility of training and a preliminary randomized controlled evaluation [paper]

Very pleased to have this paper published, summarising the evaluation of group Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for people with psychosis and caregivers. [pre-print here] This study was conducted in Lambeth & Southwark community mental health teams in the South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, United Kingdom. The study is funded by a grant from …

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Recovery ACT: feasibility & acceptability of Group Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for people with psychosis (ABCT 2020)

Our team had the fortunate opportunity to present a paper at the ABCT 54th Annual Convention on group ACT for people with psychosis. Thanks to Dr Lyn Ellett from Royal Holloway University of London for organising the symposium on “Mindfulness and Acceptance Based Approaches for Psychosis: Current Evidence and Future Directions” where I presented the …

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Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Groups for Psychosis Recovery – Webinar

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 …

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Top 10 links for 2016 

Another year of tweeting the latest, and the most progressive, research in contextual behavioural science (CBS), along with “fellow traveller” approaches (CBT, mindfulness, metacognition, behaviour analysis etc).  Some trends over the past year:  The rate of CBS publications has increased, particularly for randomised controlled trials of Acceptance & Commitment Therapy. It is hard to keep …

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ACT y la atención plena para la psicosis – Traducción al español

En diciembre de 2016 tuve el honor de ser invitado a hablar en el Curso Anual de Esquizofrenia, en Madrid, España. El Curso es una de las mayores conferencias sobre enfoques psicológicos para ayudar a las personas con psicosis. El Curso fue un evento excelente: amable y bien organizado, con más de 750 delegados y …

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