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This emphasis of personal values also means that the voice hearer’s own experience of the workability of coping methods becomes central to the process of therapy. , 2008). For example, tuning into spiritual, moral or family values may counteract paranoia associated with commands to harm others and support a stance of noncompliance. , 2012). To date, very little has been published to demonstrate such links. , 2010). In addition, psychological 24 Fran Shawyer, et al. , submitted). , 2007). To conclude, the ‘on-line’ application of mindful acceptance and its overarching functional–contextual theoretical framework has arguably been a missing link in the psychological treatment of auditory hallucinations – a field in which the potential value of acceptance has been recognised for many years.
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