MBCT as an adjunct to individual therapy within a secondary care NHS Psychology & Psychotherapy Service (PPS)

MBCT as an adjunct to individual therapy within a secondary care NHS Psychology & Psychotherapy Service (PPS) – Study of therapist perceived compatibility with psychological therapy offered.
Poster presentation at ‘Mindfulness in Society’ Conference, Bangor University Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice, Chester, 2015.
There is growing evidence regarding the effectiveness of mindfulness-based interventions for diagnostically diverse participants (e.g. Khoury et al, 2013; Hofmann et al, 2010). However, to our knowledge, there is no research investigating MBCT’s compatibility with a range of psychotherapy treatment models. In our service, referring clinicians maintained contact with patients after they had participated in the group (either continuing individual therapy or providing follow-ups). We, therefore, had an opportunity to examine the perceived compatibility of the MBCT course with a range of therapeutic interventions by requesting feedback from referring clinicians.
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