Lillis J., Dahl J., Weineland S. (2014). The Diet Trap. Feed your psychological needs and end the weight loss struggle using acceptance and commitment therapy. New Harbinger Publisher. Oakland.

Weineland S. & Bradley L. (In press). Using Acceptance and Mindfulness Approaches to Enhance Outcomes from Bariatric Surgery. In Acceptance and Commtiment Therapy for eating disorders. New Harbinger Publisher. Oakland.

Vetenskapliga peer reviewed artiklar
Weineland S., Brogie M & Dahl J. (In press). Do Experiential Avoidance and Emotional Eating Habits Predict Outcomes of Bariatric Surgery at a 2 years follow-up? A short report. The International Journal of Behavioral Consultation and Therapy.

Weineland S., & Dahl J. (In press). A Conceptual piece – Contextualizing Obesity Struggles. The International Journal of Behavioral Consultation and Therapy.

Weineland S., Andersson G., Lunner T., Carlbring P., Hesser H., Ingo E., Molander P., Nordqvist P., & Laplante-Lévesque A. (Submitted). Bridging the gap between hearing screening and successful rehabilitation: Research protocol of a randomized controlled trial of Motivational interviewing via internet (MIVI). American Journal of Audiology.

Weinland S., Lillis J., Dahl J. (2013).Measuring experiential avoidance in a bariatric surgery population: Psychometric properties of AAQ-W. Obesity Research and Clinical Practice, 7, 464–475. DOI:

Weineland S., Hayes S., Dahl J. (2012). Psychological flexibility and the gains of acceptance-based treatment for post bariatric surgery patients: Six month follow-up and test of the underlying model. Clinical Obesity, 2, 5-14. DOI: 10.1111/j.1758-8111.2012.00041.x

Weineland S., Alfonsson S., Dahl J., Ghaderi A (2012). Development and validation of a new questionnaire measuring eating disordered behaviours post bariatric surgery. Clinical Obesity, 2, 160-167. DOI: 10.1111/cob.12005

Weineland S., Arvidsson D., Kakoulidis T., J. Dahl (2012). ACT forbariatric surgery patients – a pilot RCT. Obesity Research & Clinical Practice, 6, 21-30. DOI: