Mindfulness and Acceptance in Behavioral Medicine: Current Theory and Practice

Mindfulness and Acceptance in Behavioral Medicine: Current Theory and Practice

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ISBN-13: 9781572247314
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications
Publication date: 04/03/2011
Series: The New Harbinger Mindfulness and Acceptance Practica Series
Pages: 400
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Editor Lance M. McCracken, Ph.D., is a consultant clinical psychologist and clinical director of the Centre for Pain Services at the Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases in Bath, UK. He is also a senior lecturer in the department for health and a senior visiting fellow in the department of psychology at the University of Bath. He has more than twenty years of clinical and research experience in chronic pain management and behavioral medicine.

Table of Contents

Foreword XI

Part 1 Introduction

1 History, Context, and New Developments in Behavioral Medicine Lance M. McCracken 3

A Brief Early History of Behavioral Medicine

Process and Outcome in Behavioral Medicine

Behavioral Medicine and Empirically Supported Treatment

The Development of Mindfulness-Based Approaches in Health Care

ACT Model and Process

Meta-Analyses of Mindfulness-Based Treatments

Summary

References

Part 2 Applications of Act and Mindfulness to Specific Conditions and Populations

2 Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Chronic Pain Kevin E. Vowles Miles Thompson 31

The Development of Psychological Models of Chronic Pain

Critique of Cognitive Behavioral Approaches for Chronic Pain

ACT and Mindfulness-Based Approaches for Chronic Pain

Measures

Treatment Outcome

Clinical Issues

Summary

References

3 Analysis and Treatment of Epilepsy Using Mindfulness, Acceptance, Values, and Countermeasures Joanne Dahl Tobias Lundgren 61

Conditioning and the Epileptic Seizure

Interruption

Function

Reviews of Psychological Treatment of Epilepsy

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Epilepsy

Acceptance and Change

A Short-Term ACT Treatment Protocol for Severe Epilepsy

Results

Summary

References

4 Health Behavior Problems in Diabetes, Obesity, and Secondary Prevention Jennifer A. Gregg Priscilla Almada Eric Schmidt 79

Obesity

Diabetes

Beyond Obesity and Diabetes: Metabolic Syndrome and the Future of Secondary Prevention

Summary

References

5 Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: A Promising Approach to Smoking Cessation Jonathan B. Bricker 107

Current Smoking Cessation Intervention Approaches

Acceptance & Commitment Therapy

How ACT Differs from CBT

ACT for Smoking Cessation: A Brief Clinical Overview

Future Directions

Summary

References

6 Insomnia Lars-Gunnar Lundh 131

Sleep-Interfering and Sleep-Interpreting Processes

Empirical Studies

Summary

References

7 Mindfulness for Cancer and Terminal Illness Linda E. Carlson Joan Halifax 159

Psychological Sequelae of Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment

Application of Mindfulness in Cancer Patients

Mindfulness-Based Interventions for End of Life Care

Summary

References

Part 3 Assessment Methods

8 Assessment of Acceptance and Mindfulness in Behavioral Medicine Ruth A. Baer Jessica R. Peters 187

Definitions and Descriptions of Mindfulness and Acceptance

Instruments for Measuring Mindfulness

Use of Mindfulness Measures in Behavioral Medicine Settings

Instruments for Measuring Acceptance, Values, or Psychological Flexibility

Conclusions

References

Part 4 Related Clinical Methods

9 Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Motivational Interviewing for Health Behavior Change David Gillanders 217

Key Features of MI

Similarities Between ACT and MI

Differences between ACT and MI

Clinical Issues

Summary

References

10 Integration of Exposure-Based and Other Traditional CBT Methods with Acceptance and Mindfulness Rikard K. Wicksell 243

Background and Theoretical Framework

Implementing ACT Interventions with Traditional Methods

Acceptance of Therapist Distress

Summary

References

Part 5 Training and Education of Health Care Providers

11 Bias, Prejudice, and Disparities in Health Care Miles Thompson 269

Global Health Care Disparities

Reasons and Solutions

Ways Forward

Relational Frame Theory

Acceptance and Commitment Training

Widening the Scope

References

12 Mindfulness-Based Training for Health Care Professionals Nicole L. Kangas Shauna L. Shapiro 303

Mindfulness and Self-Care for Health Care Professionals

Consequences of Clinician Stress

Mindfulness Practice as a Means of Self-Care

Incorporating Mindfulness in Therapy to Enhance Professional Effectiveness and Patient Outcomes

Summary

References

13 Team Working and the Social Contexts of Health Care Jeremy Gauntlett-Gilbert 341

Professional Training and Cultures

Organization and Systems Cultures

Patient Assumptions and Expectations

Training ACT and Leading Implementation

Summary and Conclusions

References

Index 371

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