I hadn't noticed the acknowledgements: So apparently it was approved by all those people. Which is worrying that they saw no problem with it. Most of the people involved don't have ME. They apparently have no conception of how damaging and inappropriate this ''rehabilitation is good'' mindset is for anyone who has PEM. Perhaps they were looking at it through the lens of the particular project which only included people who requested the service, so were of course grateful for the help and support. And perhaps they were hoodwinked by the 'success' stories and didn't think to ask for long term follow up, or what happened to the patients who didn't find it helpful, or whether all the patients involved actually had ME, or whether a proper study had been done on the effect of the approach. I wonder if they were told that it was going to be used out of the context of an opt-in scheme in a CFS clinic. Transferring it to a completely different context of the DWP where jargon like rehabilitation and goal setting and solution focusing are exactly what the DWP use for the ESA WRAG group. Would they still think it was a good idea?