Outcomes of a 'Train the Trainers' approach to an acceptance based stress intervention in a specialist challenging behaviour service

By: Smith, Mark P.
Contributor(s): Gore, Nick J.
Series: International Journal of Positive Behavioural Support 2 (1) 2012: 39-48.Publisher: 2012Subject(s): INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | CHALLENGING BEHAVIOUR | POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR SUPPORT | STAFF STRESS | THERAPY | EFFECTIVENESSSummary: Explains that the application of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) principles to occupational stress is a relatively recent development, and a pilot study by Noone and Hastings (2009) suggests it may be a helpful approach with staff in ID services. Replicates the workshop format developed by Noone and Hastings and expands on this by training a group of 'ACT novices', recruited from the workforce to deliver the training. Discusses the outcomes.
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Explains that the application of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) principles to occupational stress is a relatively recent development, and a pilot study by Noone and Hastings (2009) suggests it may be a helpful approach with staff in ID services. Replicates the workshop format developed by Noone and Hastings and expands on this by training a group of 'ACT novices', recruited from the workforce to deliver the training. Discusses the outcomes.

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