The effectiveness of a group-based acceptance and commitment additive therapy on rehabilitation of female outpatients with chronic headache: preliminary findings reducing 3 dimensions of headache impact.

@article{Motamedi2012TheEO,
  title={The effectiveness of a group-based acceptance and commitment additive therapy on rehabilitation of female outpatients with chronic headache: preliminary findings reducing 3 dimensions of headache impact.},
  author={Hadi Mo'tamedi and Payman Rezaiemaram and Abaas Tavallaie},
  journal={Headache},
  year={2012},
  volume={52 7},
  pages={1106-19}
}
OBJECTIVE Examine whether acceptance and commitment additive therapy is effective in reducing the experience of sensory pain, disability, and affective distress because of chronic headache in a sample of outpatient Iranian females. BACKGROUND Chronic headaches have a striking impact on sufferers in terms of pain, disability, and affective distress. Although several Acceptance and Commitment Therapy outcome studies for chronic pain have been conducted, their findings cannot be completely… CONTINUE READING