Is ACT-Informed Exposure a Viable Treatment for Excoriation Disorder? A Multiple Baseline Study
This study piloted the use of ACT-informed exposure as an adjunct to habit reversal training (HRT) for excoriation disorder (ExD). Using a nonconcurrent multiple baseline single case design, four participants completed sessions of exposure and HRT. Repeated measures and self-report data were collected on skin picking and psychological flexibility. Two participants completed HRT followed by exposure, and two participants completed exposure followed by HRT. Results support the effectiveness of HRT in reducing picking. Results suggest exposure may have some impact in reducing picking, but effects were weaker compared to HRT. ...
Source: Behavior Modification - April 29, 2022 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Brian L Thompson Source Type: research

Is ACT-Informed Exposure a Viable Treatment for Excoriation Disorder? A Multiple Baseline Study
This study piloted the use of ACT-informed exposure as an adjunct to habit reversal training (HRT) for excoriation disorder (ExD). Using a nonconcurrent multiple baseline single case design, four participants completed sessions of exposure and HRT. Repeated measures and self-report data were collected on skin picking and psychological flexibility. Two participants completed HRT followed by exposure, and two participants completed exposure followed by HRT. Results support the effectiveness of HRT in reducing picking. Results suggest exposure may have some impact in reducing picking, but effects were weaker compared to HRT. ...
Source: Behavior Modification - April 29, 2022 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Brian L Thompson Source Type: research

Is ACT-Informed Exposure a Viable Treatment for Excoriation Disorder? A Multiple Baseline Study
This study piloted the use of ACT-informed exposure as an adjunct to habit reversal training (HRT) for excoriation disorder (ExD). Using a nonconcurrent multiple baseline single case design, four participants completed sessions of exposure and HRT. Repeated measures and self-report data were collected on skin picking and psychological flexibility. Two participants completed HRT followed by exposure, and two participants completed exposure followed by HRT. Results support the effectiveness of HRT in reducing picking. Results suggest exposure may have some impact in reducing picking, but effects were weaker compared to HRT. ...
Source: Behavior Modification - April 29, 2022 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Brian L Thompson Source Type: research

Is ACT-Informed Exposure a Viable Treatment for Excoriation Disorder? A Multiple Baseline Study
This study piloted the use of ACT-informed exposure as an adjunct to habit reversal training (HRT) for excoriation disorder (ExD). Using a nonconcurrent multiple baseline single case design, four participants completed sessions of exposure and HRT. Repeated measures and self-report data were collected on skin picking and psychological flexibility. Two participants completed HRT followed by exposure, and two participants completed exposure followed by HRT. Results support the effectiveness of HRT in reducing picking. Results suggest exposure may have some impact in reducing picking, but effects were weaker compared to HRT. ...
Source: Behavior Modification - April 29, 2022 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Brian L Thompson Source Type: research

Is ACT-Informed Exposure a Viable Treatment for Excoriation Disorder? A Multiple Baseline Study
This study piloted the use of ACT-informed exposure as an adjunct to habit reversal training (HRT) for excoriation disorder (ExD). Using a nonconcurrent multiple baseline single case design, four participants completed sessions of exposure and HRT. Repeated measures and self-report data were collected on skin picking and psychological flexibility. Two participants completed HRT followed by exposure, and two participants completed exposure followed by HRT. Results support the effectiveness of HRT in reducing picking. Results suggest exposure may have some impact in reducing picking, but effects were weaker compared to HRT. ...
Source: Behavior Modification - April 29, 2022 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Brian L Thompson Source Type: research

Is ACT-Informed Exposure a Viable Treatment for Excoriation Disorder? A Multiple Baseline Study
This study piloted the use of ACT-informed exposure as an adjunct to habit reversal training (HRT) for excoriation disorder (ExD). Using a nonconcurrent multiple baseline single case design, four participants completed sessions of exposure and HRT. Repeated measures and self-report data were collected on skin picking and psychological flexibility. Two participants completed HRT followed by exposure, and two participants completed exposure followed by HRT. Results support the effectiveness of HRT in reducing picking. Results suggest exposure may have some impact in reducing picking, but effects were weaker compared to HRT. ...
Source: Behavior Modification - April 29, 2022 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Brian L Thompson Source Type: research

Is ACT-Informed Exposure a Viable Treatment for Excoriation Disorder? A Multiple Baseline Study
This study piloted the use of ACT-informed exposure as an adjunct to habit reversal training (HRT) for excoriation disorder (ExD). Using a nonconcurrent multiple baseline single case design, four participants completed sessions of exposure and HRT. Repeated measures and self-report data were collected on skin picking and psychological flexibility. Two participants completed HRT followed by exposure, and two participants completed exposure followed by HRT. Results support the effectiveness of HRT in reducing picking. Results suggest exposure may have some impact in reducing picking, but effects were weaker compared to HRT. ...
Source: Behavior Modification - April 29, 2022 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Brian L Thompson Source Type: research

Is ACT-Informed Exposure a Viable Treatment for Excoriation Disorder? A Multiple Baseline Study
This study piloted the use of ACT-informed exposure as an adjunct to habit reversal training (HRT) for excoriation disorder (ExD). Using a nonconcurrent multiple baseline single case design, four participants completed sessions of exposure and HRT. Repeated measures and self-report data were collected on skin picking and psychological flexibility. Two participants completed HRT followed by exposure, and two participants completed exposure followed by HRT. Results support the effectiveness of HRT in reducing picking. Results suggest exposure may have some impact in reducing picking, but effects were weaker compared to HRT. ...
Source: Behavior Modification - April 29, 2022 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Brian L Thompson Source Type: research

Is ACT-Informed Exposure a Viable Treatment for Excoriation Disorder? A Multiple Baseline Study
This study piloted the use of ACT-informed exposure as an adjunct to habit reversal training (HRT) for excoriation disorder (ExD). Using a nonconcurrent multiple baseline single case design, four participants completed sessions of exposure and HRT. Repeated measures and self-report data were collected on skin picking and psychological flexibility. Two participants completed HRT followed by exposure, and two participants completed exposure followed by HRT. Results support the effectiveness of HRT in reducing picking. Results suggest exposure may have some impact in reducing picking, but effects were weaker compared to HRT. ...
Source: Behavior Modification - April 29, 2022 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Brian L Thompson Source Type: research

Is ACT-Informed Exposure a Viable Treatment for Excoriation Disorder? A Multiple Baseline Study
This study piloted the use of ACT-informed exposure as an adjunct to habit reversal training (HRT) for excoriation disorder (ExD). Using a nonconcurrent multiple baseline single case design, four participants completed sessions of exposure and HRT. Repeated measures and self-report data were collected on skin picking and psychological flexibility. Two participants completed HRT followed by exposure, and two participants completed exposure followed by HRT. Results support the effectiveness of HRT in reducing picking. Results suggest exposure may have some impact in reducing picking, but effects were weaker compared to HRT. ...
Source: Behavior Modification - April 29, 2022 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Brian L Thompson Source Type: research

Is ACT-Informed Exposure a Viable Treatment for Excoriation Disorder? A Multiple Baseline Study
This study piloted the use of ACT-informed exposure as an adjunct to habit reversal training (HRT) for excoriation disorder (ExD). Using a nonconcurrent multiple baseline single case design, four participants completed sessions of exposure and HRT. Repeated measures and self-report data were collected on skin picking and psychological flexibility. Two participants completed HRT followed by exposure, and two participants completed exposure followed by HRT. Results support the effectiveness of HRT in reducing picking. Results suggest exposure may have some impact in reducing picking, but effects were weaker compared to HRT. ...
Source: Behavior Modification - April 29, 2022 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Brian L Thompson Source Type: research

Is ACT-Informed Exposure a Viable Treatment for Excoriation Disorder? A Multiple Baseline Study
This study piloted the use of ACT-informed exposure as an adjunct to habit reversal training (HRT) for excoriation disorder (ExD). Using a nonconcurrent multiple baseline single case design, four participants completed sessions of exposure and HRT. Repeated measures and self-report data were collected on skin picking and psychological flexibility. Two participants completed HRT followed by exposure, and two participants completed exposure followed by HRT. Results support the effectiveness of HRT in reducing picking. Results suggest exposure may have some impact in reducing picking, but effects were weaker compared to HRT. ...
Source: Behavior Modification - April 29, 2022 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Brian L Thompson Source Type: research

Is ACT-Informed Exposure a Viable Treatment for Excoriation Disorder? A Multiple Baseline Study
This study piloted the use of ACT-informed exposure as an adjunct to habit reversal training (HRT) for excoriation disorder (ExD). Using a nonconcurrent multiple baseline single case design, four participants completed sessions of exposure and HRT. Repeated measures and self-report data were collected on skin picking and psychological flexibility. Two participants completed HRT followed by exposure, and two participants completed exposure followed by HRT. Results support the effectiveness of HRT in reducing picking. Results suggest exposure may have some impact in reducing picking, but effects were weaker compared to HRT. ...
Source: Behavior Modification - April 29, 2022 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Brian L Thompson Source Type: research

Imaginal Exposure for Disordered Eating Related Fears: An Initial Randomized Controlled Trial
Behav Modif. 2022 Apr 19:1454455221091783. doi: 10.1177/01454455221091783. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTExposure therapy has been investigated as a treatment for eating disorders, but prior research has largely neglected core fears underlying the disorder such as rejection, abandonment, disgust, and loss of control. We tested the feasibility and acceptability of using imaginal exposure to target disordered eating related fears by randomizing participants (N = 47) with disordered eating to: imaginal exposure (IE), imaginal exposure preceded by a brief food exposure (IE + Food), or an assessment control. Participants attend...
Source: Behavior Modification - April 20, 2022 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Rachel M Butler Richard G Heimberg Source Type: research

Imaginal Exposure for Disordered Eating Related Fears: An Initial Randomized Controlled Trial
Behav Modif. 2022 Apr 19:1454455221091783. doi: 10.1177/01454455221091783. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTExposure therapy has been investigated as a treatment for eating disorders, but prior research has largely neglected core fears underlying the disorder such as rejection, abandonment, disgust, and loss of control. We tested the feasibility and acceptability of using imaginal exposure to target disordered eating related fears by randomizing participants (N = 47) with disordered eating to: imaginal exposure (IE), imaginal exposure preceded by a brief food exposure (IE + Food), or an assessment control. Participants attend...
Source: Behavior Modification - April 20, 2022 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Authors: Rachel M Butler Richard G Heimberg Source Type: research