The fellow will have 20% protected research time (one day per week). The research activities can include research endeavors designed and implemented by the fellow, as well collaborative research with Medical College of Georgia/Augusta University faculty. Current research projects focus on processes of change in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy groups for stage 2 DBT clients, ACT for substance use recovery group clients, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills group clients.
House, A., Matsen, J., & Griffin, J. (2020, July). Psychological flexibility in participants in an ACT for substance abuse recovery group. Presented at the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science World Conference 18, July 16-19, online.
Matsen, J. & House, A. (2020, July). “ACT for Building a Life”: Examining psychological flexibility in a Stage 2 DBT group. Presented at the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science World Conference 18, July 16-19, online.