Mindfulness and Experiential Avoidance: Targeting Avoidance Behaviors with a Short-Term Focused-Breathing Exercise.

Rakhilin, Marina.

2018

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  • Previous research suggests that mindfulness holds promise as a treatment for anxiety-related disorders because it aids individuals in lowering their experiential avoidance (EA). In other words, mindfulness helps individuals approach stimuli which seem unpleasant, thus supporting adaptive exposure-based behaviors rather than strengthening avoidance behaviors. The current study is a partial replicat... read more
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