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KBT och mindfulness i gruppinterventioner för insomni: en randomiserad, kontrollerad studie

Lundin, Hampus and Tsur, Tohar (2008)
Department of Psychology
Abstract
There is strong evidence that cognitive-behavioural therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) is effective. The aim of this study was to compare 7 group-sessions of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for insomnia (MBCT-I) with 3 group-sessions of CBT-I, on sleep measures and sleep related psychological processes, such as pre-sleep arousal, thought control strategies and mindfulness. Participants (N = 44; age 18-66) with long term insomnia were stratified and randomized into waiting list, MBCT-I and CBT-I. Significant improvements were seen in both groups, compared to waiting list, for instance on insomnia severity, sleep latency and restorative sleep. Small improvements on psychological processes were also found in both groups. Our findings indicate... (More)
There is strong evidence that cognitive-behavioural therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) is effective. The aim of this study was to compare 7 group-sessions of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for insomnia (MBCT-I) with 3 group-sessions of CBT-I, on sleep measures and sleep related psychological processes, such as pre-sleep arousal, thought control strategies and mindfulness. Participants (N = 44; age 18-66) with long term insomnia were stratified and randomized into waiting list, MBCT-I and CBT-I. Significant improvements were seen in both groups, compared to waiting list, for instance on insomnia severity, sleep latency and restorative sleep. Small improvements on psychological processes were also found in both groups. Our findings indicate that MBCT-I is comparable to CBT-I, but question the additional value of our MBCT-I intervention. (Less)
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author
Lundin, Hampus and Tsur, Tohar
supervisor
organization
year
type
H3 - Professional qualifications (4 Years - )
subject
keywords
mindfulness, insomnia, MBCT, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, cognitive-behavioural therapy, CBT, Psychiatry, clinical psychology, psychosomatics, Psykiatri, klinisk psykologi, psykosomatik
language
Swedish
id
1317041
date added to LUP
2008-05-30
date last changed
2009-11-17 12:58:45
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  abstract     = {There is strong evidence that cognitive-behavioural therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) is effective. The aim of this study was to compare 7 group-sessions of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for insomnia (MBCT-I) with 3 group-sessions of CBT-I, on sleep measures and sleep related psychological processes, such as pre-sleep arousal, thought control strategies and mindfulness. Participants (N = 44; age 18-66) with long term insomnia were stratified and randomized into waiting list, MBCT-I and CBT-I. Significant improvements were seen in both groups, compared to waiting list, for instance on insomnia severity, sleep latency and restorative sleep. Small improvements on psychological processes were also found in both groups. Our findings indicate that MBCT-I is comparable to CBT-I, but question the additional value of our MBCT-I intervention.},
  author       = {Lundin, Hampus and Tsur, Tohar},
  keyword      = {mindfulness,insomnia,MBCT,mindfulness-based cognitive therapy,cognitive-behavioural therapy,CBT,Psychiatry,clinical psychology,psychosomatics,Psykiatri,klinisk psykologi,psykosomatik},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {KBT och mindfulness i gruppinterventioner för insomni: en randomiserad, kontrollerad studie},
  year         = {2008},
}