The cognitive-behavioural approach: a closer look at some of its latest developments
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Objectives:\ud Three studies addressed the effectiveness of a preventative Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) training for university students and university employees. The studies aimed to explore whether changes in participants' psychological well-being would be ... View more
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