The seven item non-attachment scale.
Ciarrochi, J., Sahdra, B., Yap, K., and Dicke, T. (2020). The role of nonattachment in the development of adolescent mental health: A three-year longitudinal study. Mindfulness.11,2131-2139.
Sahdra, B., Ciarrochi, J, & Parker, P. (2016). Nonattachment and mindfulness: Related but distinct constructs. Psychological Assessment, 28, 819-829.
Sahdra, B., Ciarrochi, J., Parker, P., Marshall, S., & Heaven, P. (2015). Empathy and nonattachment independently predict peer nominations of prosocial behavior of adolescents. Frontiers in Psychology, 6. 1-.3389/fpsyg.2015.00263.
The brief body image Acceptance and Action Questionnaire
Baskarod, G., Sahdra, B., Ciarrochi, J. (2018). Body image-acceptance and action questionnaire-5. An abbreviation using genetic algorithms. Behavior Therapy,49,388-402
The general help-seeking questionnaire
Maluolo, M., Deane, F., & Ciarrochi, J. (2019). Parental authoritativeness, social support, and help-seeking for mental health problems in adolescents. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 48 1056-1067
Ciarrochi, J., Wilson, C. J., Deane, F. P., & Rickwood, D. (2003). Do difficulties with emotions inhibit help-seeking in adolescence? The role of age and emotional competence in predicting help-seeking intentions. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 16(2), 103-120.
Level of emotional awareness
The Level of Emotional awareness scale-child (LEAS-C)
LEAS-C supplementary materials to help with scoring
Bajgar, J., Ciarrochi, J., Lane, R., & Deane, F. (2005). Development of the Levels of Emotional Awareness Scale for Children (LEAS-C). British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 23, 569-586.
Download the Survey of Guiding Principles
Williams, K., & Ciarrochi, J. (2020). Perceived parenting styles and values development: A longitudinal study of adolescents adn emerging adults. Journal of Research on Adolescence,30,541-558.
Williams, K., Ciarrochi, J., & Heaven, P. (2015). Relationships between valued action and well-being across the transition from high school to early adulthood. Journal of Positive Psychology,10, 127-140.
Choice Point: A simple way to conduct ACT and positive psychology interventions
The Choice Point is a simple way to help you and your client keep track of where you are in an Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) intervention. In the below document, we give an example of the Choice point model and show how it can be used to summarize willingness, defusion, and self-compassion
Choice point self-help materials focused on increasing healthy behaviour (PowerPoint, workbook, audio, worksheets)
Download overview of the Choice Point model
Example choice point worksheet
Choice point model of behavioral regulation (Or how to use the choice point with different types of intervention).
Intervention support material
Strength Spotting Exercise for Adolescents
Other useful materials
ACT-Now: Promoting well-being amongst people diagnosed with cancer
Example Web intervention for people diagnosed with cancer
ACT-Now participant manual
ACT-Now Therapist manual
Visual metaphors, audio,and the survey of life principles are copyrighted to Ciarrochi and Bailey ((C) 2007). You are free to use these materials, but they should not be distributed or sold.