Sholto R Radford

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OBJECTIVE We compared mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) with both cognitive psychological education (CPE) and treatment as usual (TAU) in preventing relapse to major depressive disorder (MDD) in people currently in remission following at least 3 previous episodes. METHOD A randomized controlled trial in which 274 participants were allocated in(More)
OBJECTIVE In patients with a history of suicidal depression, recurrence of depressive symptoms can easily reactivate suicidal thinking. In this study, we investigated whether training in mindfulness, which is aimed at helping patients "decenter" from negative thinking, could help weaken the link between depressive symptoms and suicidal cognitions. METHOD(More)
BACKGROUND This report assesses the association between age of onset of major depression and later suicidality in a sample of 276 recurrently depressed patients recruited for the Oxford/Bangor Staying Well after Depression (SWAD) Trial, and interviewed when in remission. METHODS The study enrolled adult patients with a history of at least three episodes(More)
Objective: In patients with a history of suicidal depression, recurrence of depressive symptoms can easily reactivate suicidal thinking. This study investigated whether training in mindfulness, which is aimed at helping patients “decenter” from negative thinking, may help to weaken the link between depressive symptoms and suicidal cognitions. Method:(More)
Background Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) is an intervention developed for the prevention of recurrent depression which is now being applied to widening numbers of clinical populations. Despite evidence for its effectiveness in preventing relapse in depression, less is known about its efficacy within routine clinical practice for groups of(More)
Mindfulness has been suggested to be an important protective factor for emotional health. However, this effect might vary with regard to context. This study applied a novel statistical approach, quantile regression, in order to investigate the relation between trait mindfulness and residual depressive symptoms in individuals with a history of recurrent(More)
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Preventing Relapse in Recurrent Depression: A Randomized Dismantling Trial J. Mark G. Williams, Catherine Crane, Thorsten Barnhofer, Kate Brennan, Danielle S. Duggan, Melanie J. V. Fennell, Ann Hackmann, Adele Krusche, Kate Muse, Isabelle Rudolf Von Rohr, Dhruvi Shah, Rebecca S. Crane, Catrin Eames, Mariel Jones,(More)
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