The following is (what we hope to be) a comprehensive list of research articles showing the effectiveness of Acceptance and Commitment Training in the workplace.
- Bond, F., & Bunce, D. (2000). Mediators of Change in emotion-focused and problem focused worksite stress management interventions. Journal Of Occupational Health Psychology, 5, 156-63.
- Bond, F., (2004). ACT for stress. In Hayes & Strohsahl (Eds). A Practical Guide to ACT. Springer.
- Dahl, Wilson & Nilsson, (2004). ACT and the treatment of persons at risk for long-term disability resulting from stresss and pain symptoms: a preliminary randomised trial. Behaviour Therapy, 35, 785-801.
- Varra, Hayes, Roget & Fisher (2008). A randomised control trial examining the effect of ACT on clinician willingness to use evidence-based psychopharmacology. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 76, 449-458.
- Bond & Hayes (2002). ACT at work. In Bond & Dryden (Eds). Handbook of brief cognitive behavioural therapy. John Wiley.
- Hayes, Bisset, Roget, Padilla, Kohylenberg, Fisher et al (2004). The impact of Acceptance and Commitment Training and multicultural training on the stigmatising attitudes and professional burnout of substance abuse counsellors. Behaviour Therapy, 35, 821-35.
- Flaxman & Bond (2006). ACT in the Workplace. In Baer (Ed) Mindfulness-based treatment approaches. Elsevier.
- Flaxman & Bond (2010). A randomised worksite comparison of ACT and stress inoculation training. Behaviour Research & Therapy, 48, 816-820.
- Flaxman & Bond (2010). Acceptance and Copmmitment Training: Promoting Psychological Flexibility Training in the workplace. Baer (ed). Assessing mindfulness and acceptance processes in clients: Illuminating the theory and practice of change. New Harbinger.
- Bond, Flaxman, van Veldhoven & Biron (2010). The impact of psychological flexibility and ACT on health and productivity at work. In Houdmon & Leka (Eds). Contemporary occupational health psychology: Global perspectives on research, education and practice. Wiley-Blackwell.
- Bond & Flaxman (2006). The ability of psychological flexibility and job control to predict learning, job performance and mental health. Journal of Organisaitonal Behaviour management, 26, 113-30.
- Bond & Bunce (2003). The role of acceptance and job control in mental health, job satisfaction and work performance. Journal of Applied Psychology, 88, 1057-1067.
- Bond, Flaxman & Bunce (2008). The influence of psychological flexibility on work redesign: Mediated moderation of a work reorganisation intervention. Journal of Applied Psychology, 93, 645-54.
- Gardner & Moore (2007). The Psychology of Enhancing Human performance. Springer. Link.
- Kashdan, T., & Rottenberg, J. (2010). Psychological flexibility as a fundamental aspect of health, Clinical Psychology Review, 30 (7), 865-878. Link
- Williams, Virginia , Ciarrochi, Joseph and Patrick Deane, Frank(2010) ‘On being mindful, emotionally aware, and more resilient: Longitudinal pilot study of police recruits’, Australian Psychologist, 45: 4, 274 — 282. Link
- Fledderus, M., Bohlmeijer, E. T., Smit, F., & Westerhof, G. J. (2010). Mental health promotion as a new goal in public mental health care: A randomized controlled trial of an intervention enhancing psychological flexibility. American Journal of Public Health, 100(12),2372-2378.
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