2008) el MBCT
hallaron un mayor nivel de satisfaccion vital tras el programa de intervencion.
To our knowledge, no study has examined the impact of MBCT
on psychological symptoms and indices of QoL in patients with SLE in Iran.
-C Adaptacion de MBCT
para adultos de Segal et al.
The theoretical foundation of MBCT
is rooted in a desire to move beyond the limitations in traditional Cognitive Therapy (CT; Segal et al.
Both MBSR and MBCT
have also been used as a prevention strategy to promote life style changes.
ABBT = acceptance-based behavior therapy (Roemer & Orsillo, 2009); ACT = acceptance and commitment therapy (Hayes, Strosahl, & Wilson, 1999); MBCT
= Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (Segal, Teasdale, & Williams, 2002); DBT = dialectical behavior therapy (Linehan, 1993).
It is noted that there are many differences on the treatment practice in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and cognitive therapy (CT), although MBCT
is integrated with the concept of cognitive therapy.
This makes mindfulness exercises particularly effective for people with depression and anxiety, and MBCT
was specifically designed as a therapy for patients who have previously recovered from depression but who are still vulnerable to relapse (Segal et al.
Joshua Grijalva, Mexican Baptist historian and MBCT
president from 1964-1966, identified three categories of responses from Anglo Baptists toward Mexican Baptist churches in their own association: (19)
He feels that for high-risk patients, intensive treatment such as MBCT
could be useful and improve patient choice.
The above MBIS reviewed including MBSR, MBCT
, DBT, act, and MDT are excellent modalities which can be integrated with other psychotherapeutic approaches to treat veterans with combat-related trauma and PTSD.
The study aimed to establish whether MBCT
is superior to maintenance antidepressant treatment in terms of preventing relapse of depression.