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Computerised cognitive behaviour therapy for phobias and panic disorder: A systematic review
Phobias and panic disorder are commonly treated within primary care settings. Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is a recommended treatment for these disorders but access is limited due to too few therapists, expense and ...
Computer-delivered and web-based interventions to improve depression, anxiety, and psychological well-being of university students: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Background: Depression and anxiety are common mental health difficulties experienced by university students and can impair academic and social functioning. Students are limited in seeking help from professionals. As ...
Computerised cognitive behaviour therapy for depression and anxiety update: A systematic review and economic evaluation
Objectives: To evaluate computerised cognitive behaviour therapy (CCBT) for the treatment of anxiety, depression, phobias, panic and obsessive-compulsive behaviour (OCD). The software packages to be considered include ...
Computerised CBT: A review
Systematic review of the effectiveness of computerised cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for phobias or panic disorder, compared with therapist-led CBT, identifying causes for concern.
Computerised cognitive behaviour therapy for obsessive-compulsive disorder: A systematic review
Background: Computer-guided therapy is an innovative treatment strategy that could have an important role in the future of psychological treatment. This paper summarises the available published evidence that assesses the ...