Dose-response in mindfulness programs and practices – leaning into the unexpected
Sarah Strohmaier (Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia)

February 6, 2024, 11:00am - 12:00pm

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Description: In recent years, there has been an exponential increase in different types and doses of mindfulness programs and practices. These range from more intense programs lasting over several weeks or months which often include longer practices, to less intense programs, which typically involve shorter practices and are sometimes delivered online or via apps. With this plethora of different doses of programs and practices, it is unclear which is the most helpful program and practice for individuals, and whether some programs/practices are more or less helpful based on dose. This talk will present recent dose-response research. This includes findings from a large-scale dose-response meta-analysis and meta-regression which examined the effectiveness of 15 different doses in various mindfulness-based programs for psychological distress and mindfulness outcomes. Furthermore, findings from randomised controlled experiments where dose of mindfulness is manipulated are presented. Possible future research directions will also be discussed.

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