Psychological wellness and health-related stigma: a pilot study of an acceptance-focused cognitive behavioural intervention for people with lung cancer

@inproceedings{Chambers2015PsychologicalWA,
  title={Psychological wellness and health-related stigma: a pilot study of an acceptance-focused cognitive behavioural intervention for people with lung cancer},
  author={SK Chambers and B Morris and Samantha Clutton and Elizabeth Foley and lynne. giles and Penelope Schofield and Daniel O'Connell and Jeff R. Dunn},
  booktitle={European journal of cancer care},
  year={2015}
}
People with lung cancer experience health-related stigma that is related to poorer psychosocial and quality of life outcomes. The present Phase 1 study applied mixed methods to test the acceptability of an acceptance-focused cognitive behavioural intervention targeting stigma for this patient group. Fourteen lung cancer patients completed a 6-week Psychological Wellness intervention with pre- and post-test outcome measures of psychological and cancer-specific distress, depression, health… CONTINUE READING
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