Shawyer, Frances; Ratcliff, Kirk; Mackinnon, Andrew; Farhall, John; Hayes, Steven C.; Copolov, D.L.
Acceptance and mindfulness methods that emphasise the acceptance rather than control of symptoms are becoming more central to behavioural and cognitive therapies. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is the most developed of these methods; recent applications of ACT to psychosis suggest it to be a promising therapeutic approach. However, investigation of the mechanisms of therapy within this domain is difficult because there are no acceptance-based measures available specifically for...[Show more]
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