Comparing group-based acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) with enhanced usual care for adolescents with functional somatic syndromes: a study protocol for a randomised trial

@inproceedings{Kallese2016ComparingGA,
  title={Comparing group-based acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) with enhanced usual care for adolescents with functional somatic syndromes: a study protocol for a randomised trial},
  author={Karen Hansen Kalles\oe and Andreas Schroeder and Rikard K. Wicksell and Per Fink and Eva \Ornb\ol and Charlotte Ulrikka Rask},
  booktitle={BMJ open},
  year={2016}
}
INTRODUCTION Functional somatic syndromes (FSS) are common in adolescents, characterised by severe disability and reduced quality of life. Behavioural treatments such as acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) has shown promising results in children and adolescents with FSS, but has focused on specific syndromes such as functional pain. The current study will compare the efficacy of group-based ACT with that of enhanced usual care (EUC) in adolescents with a range of FSS operationalised by the… CONTINUE READING
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