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Rumination-Focused CBT (RFCBT) addresses an important but often overlooked area of depression and anxiety. Know more about improving patient outcomes with research clinical psychologist Edward Watkins.
Treating Trauma in DBT
When bigger and more immediate problems exist, trauma is sometimes sidelined in therapy. DBT expert Melanie Harned explains the importance of treating comorbid PTSD.
Introducing DBT Skills in Schools
Expert in educational psychology James Mazza answers questions about teaching children to develop DBT skills in schools to help them cope with stress and look after their mental health.
DBT Skills for Coping with Cancer
A cancer diagnosis has life-altering effects. How does DBT help clients to balance acceptance and hope? Q&A with expert psychotherapist Elizabeth Cohn Stuntz.
DBT with Individuals Adjudicated Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity (NGRI)
Expert on DBT in criminal justice and forensic settings Robin McCann explains how DBT can be adapted for people with multiple diagnoses and violent histories.
Emotion Regulation for Anxiety
What role do emotions play in anxiety disorders and how can people learn to manage them for improved mental health? Anxiety expert David Klemanski offers his insights.
Acceptance-Based Behavioral Therapy for Generalized Anxiety Disorder
How can Acceptance-based Behavioral Therapy play a role in treating Generalized Anxiety Disorder? Learn from pioneering expert and author Lizabeth Roemer.
Interpretation Bias Training for Anxiety
Expert on anxiety disorders, Bethany Teachman, explains how technology can help anxious individuals change the way they interpret meaning in ambiguous situations.
Summing up Mathematics Anxiety
Mathematics anxiety is so common that the term “mathemaphobia” was coined to describe the fear and dread associated with doing math. Prominent math anxiety researcher Florence Gabriel explains.
Reducing Anxiety in Children with Autism
Anxiety can be felt more intensely in children on the autism spectrum. Clinical psychologists and autism experts Tony Attwood and Michelle Grattan discuss the best calming strategies and therapies.
Anxiety Set Point and Why It Matters
Why do we have an anxiety set point and can we change it? Pre-eminent neuroscientist and author Joseph LeDoux sets the stage for greater understanding.
Acceptance & Commitment Therapy
ACT for Chronic Illness and Grief
Clients facing loss or long-term physical health issues may struggle to find ways to stay positive. ACT therapist Ray Owen describes how to help clients live fully when faced with a crisis.
Working with Parents of Anxious Children
How can changing a parent's behavior help treat their child’s anxiety? ACT expert and clinical child psychologist Chris McCurry offers his insights.
ACT for OCD, Panic, Anxiety, Fears and Worries
How can ACT help individuals struggling with OCD and anxiety disorders? Prolific author and psychologist Patricia Zurita Ona answers.
ACT for Adolescents
How can ACT help teenagers overcome mental health challenges in individual and group therapy? Q&A with Sheri Turrell on ACT for adolescents.
ACT for Chronic Pain
Chronic pain expert Lance McCracken answers questions about ACT for chronic pain.
ACT Approaches for Athletes
What can ACT offer athletes to aid their mental health and improve performance? Leading academic and author, Ross White, sheds light on ACT for athletes.
Eating Disorder Prevention
Expert researcher Eric Stice answers key questions on the prevention of eating disorders.
Early Therapy for Eating Disorders
With waiting lists at an all-time high for children and adults with eating disorders, many are missing out on treatment in the crucial early stages. Expert in the prevention and treatment of eating disorders, Tracey Wade, explains how CBT-T can help.
ACT for Eating Disorders
How do clients get trapped in an eating disorder and how can ACT help? Find out from world-leading authority Rhonda Merwin.
Family-Based Treatment for Adolescent Anorexia Nervosa
World-renowned expert in eating disorders, Daniel Le Grange, answers questions on the powerful role parents and families can play in helping adolescents overcome anorexia nervosa.
Recovery from Addiction and Trauma
There is more than one way to overcome addiction. Clinical psychologist Lisa Najavits explains why trauma and addiction are often linked and the best way to treat them.
Motivational Interviewing for Addiction
Hear from the co-founder of Motivational Interviewing, Bill Miller, and fellow MI expert, Theresa Moyers, about the role of MI in addiction treatment.
Unplugging from Internet Addiction
When it comes to using online technology, how much is too much? Internet and gaming addiction expert, Daria Kuss, outlines the problems it can cause and how to keep your usage in check.
MDMA-Assisted Therapy for Trauma and Addiction
How can MDMA (Ecstasy) be used with psychotherapy to help people address overwhelming and distressing memories they would normally avoid? Psychiatrist and researcher in psychedelic drugs, Ben Sessa, shares his insights.
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