Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice
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Adapting empirically supported treatments in the era of integrated care: A roadmap for success
Kirk D. Strosahl and Patricia J. Robinson
The emerging era of integrated care represents a major opportunity for clinical psychology to migrate empirically supported treatments (ESTs) into the mainstream of public health. To succeed will require us to modify current ESTs to make them brief, cost‐effective, patient‐centered and acceptable to and easily learned by both…
COMMENTARIES ON STROSAHL AND ROBINSON
I don’t know where we’re going, but I sure know where we’ve been: Continuing the journey of empirically supported treatments in primary care
Alan L. Peterson
Empirically supported treatments for the population, by the population: Commentary on Strosahl and Robinson
Risa B. Weisberg
Playing dissemination and implementation limbo—How low can we go?: A commentary on Strosahl and Robinson (2018)
Emily M. Becker‐Haimes Rinad S. Beidas
Dissemination before evidence? What are the driving forces behind the dissemination of mindfulness‐based interventions?
Johannes Michalak Thomas Heidenreich
During the past decades, there has been a rapidly growing interest in mindfulness‐based interventions (MBIs). Although a number of clinical trials on MBIs have been conducted, the evidence base for MBIs is still limited. Nevertheless, a rapid dissemination of MBIs has taken place…
COMMENTARIES ON MICHALAK AND HEIDENREICH
A psychological model of the use of psychological intervention science: Seven rules for making a difference
Steven C. Hayes Stefan G. Hofmann
Uptake of mindfulness‐based interventions: A phenomenon of wealthy white western women?
Linda E. Carlson
Proposing a mechanistic model of clinician training and consultation
Bryce D. McLeod Julia R. Cox Amanda Jensen‐Doss Amy Herschell Jill Ehrenreich‐May Jeffrey J. Wood
o make evidence‐based treatments deliverable, effective, and scalable in community settings, it is critical to develop a workforce that can deliver evidence‐based treatments as designed with skill. However, the science and practice of clinician training and consultation lag behind other areas…
COMMENTARY ON MCLEOD ET. AL.,
LEAPing ahead in clinical training
Philip C. Kendall Margaret E. Crane Katherine E. Phillips
How does anxiety sensitivity increase risk of chronic medical conditions?
Arielle Horenstein Carrie M. Potter Richard G. Heimberg
Anxiety sensitivity (AS; fear of anxiety‐related symptoms) is an established transdiagnostic risk factor for psychiatric disorders and is related to a variety of chronic medical conditions. However, AS has not been established as a risk factor for chronic medical conditions. In this study, we review studies on AS and chronic medical conditions…
COMMENTARIES ON HORENSTEIN ET. AL.,
Anxiety sensitivity increases risk for chronic medical conditions via fear amplification and shared vulnerability
Gordon J. G. Asmundson
Anxiety sensitivity, health behaviors, and the prevention and treatment of medical illness
Michael W. Otto Jasper A. J. Smits
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