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Smoking cessation and prevention of mental health problems: Discussing two ongoing projects. Michael Levin, Jacqueline Pistorello , Steven Hayes, John Seeley, Jennifer Plumb, Douglas Long & Roger Vilardaga. e-ACT. Benefits of online interventions Potential research opportunities for ACT

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Smoking cessation and prevention of mental health problems discussing two ongoing projects

Smoking cessation and prevention of mental health problems: Discussing two ongoing projects

Michael Levin, Jacqueline Pistorello, Steven Hayes, John Seeley, Jennifer Plumb, Douglas Long & Roger Vilardaga


E act

e-ACT

  • Benefits of online interventions

  • Potential research opportunities for ACT

    • Component/dismantling

    • Mediation

    • Treatment matching/tailoring

    • Quality improvement

    • Stepped care


Online smoking cessation program

Online Smoking Cessation Program

  • Prevalent and costly problem

  • Evidence for efficacy of ACT

  • Potential to conduct additive/dismantling studies


Method

Method

  • Participants

    • Current smoker interested in quitting

    • 18 or older

  • Randomized to intervention or 1 week waitlist

  • Online assessments at pre, post, 1-6 week follow up


Intervention overview

Intervention Overview

  • 45 minute intervention combining video, audio narration, graphics, and worksheets

  • Targeted values

    • Defining values (i.e., values as a direction)

    • Clarifying values (i.e., 80th birthday)

    • Linking values to goals (i.e., identifying alternative behaviors to smoking)

    • Using values to guide actions in the moment (i.e., values card)

    • Using values to support continued abstinence (i.e., gardening metaphor


Arriving at east

Arriving at East

Welcome to East!

Population: You!


What do you want on your tombstone

What Do You Want On Your Tombstone?


How people relate to their computers

How People Relate to Their Computers

I’ll never

be able

to quit

There’s

some-

thing

wrong

with me


Where the programming came from

Where the Programming Came From

  • Your programming comes

    from your experiences

    throughout life

  • You can’t delete your

    programming

  • You can choose how close

    you sit to the screen


Don t think of x

Don’t Think of X

Did I think about smoking?

I’m doing a good job of not thinking about smoking

Don’t think about smoking

I keep thinking of smoking!!!


Potential issues

Potential Issues

  • Difficulty with recruitment and attrition

  • Problems with the video and website


Online prevention program for college students

Online Prevention Program for College students


Online prevention program

Online Prevention Program

  • High rates of mental health problems in college students

  • Experiential avoidance as a core common process

  • Can ACT prevent mental health problems?

  • Benefits of an online program


Study overview

Study Overview

  • SBIR-Funded

    • Working with a media developer

  • Phase I:

    • Focus groups

    • Interface design testing

    • RCT


Proposed program

Proposed Program

  • Develop 3 sessions targeting acceptance, defusion and values

  • Multimedia (video, graphics, animation, audio narration, interactive content)


Potential issues1

Potential Issues

  • Targeting for college students and non-clinical population

  • Challenges with commercialization

  • Working with media developers


Future directions for e act

Future Directions for e-ACT

  • How can we implement “low intensity” ACT?

  • How can we collaborate in developing online interventions?


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