MiCBT Research (Selected Studies)

Research and Publications on Mindfulness-integrated CBT.

The Efficacy of MiCBT for Family Carers and indirect benefits for their Care Recipients

Monday, May 07, 2012

Investigator: Ticia Glass 

Supervisor: Dr Bruno Cayoun 

Co-supervisorAssociate Professor Greg Hannan 

Institution: University of Tasmania, School of Psychology (MPsych research)    

Research indicates that therapeutic techniques involving mindfulness can result in health benefits for people with psychological or chronic physical conditions. The purpose of this study is to compare the potential benefits experienced by Carers who undertake Mindfulness-integrated Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (MiCBT) with those who undergo standard counselling services offered through Carers Tasmania. The current study will help determine whether these benefits are indirectly experienced by care recipients.

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