Cognitive-behavioural therapy for depression in people with a somatic disease: meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials the british journal of psychiatry 2010 197 :11–19. Abstract this systematic review and meta-analysis evaluates the effectiveness of computerised cognitive behavioural therapy (ccbt) as a low intensity intervention for common mental health disorders (cmhd), and investigates some potential moderators of these effects. Internet and computer-based cognitive behavioral therapy for anxiety and depression in youth: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled outcome trials.
Corrections computerised cognitive behaviour therapy (ccbt) as treatment for depression in primary care (reeact trial): large scale pragmatic randomised controlled trial. A systematic review and economic evaluation of computerised cognitive behaviour therapy for depression and anxiety health technol assess 2002 6 : 1 – 89 10 national institute for health and clinical excellence. An increasing number of computerised transdiagnostic cognitive behavioural therapy programs (td-ccbt) have been developed in the past decade, but there are no meta-analyses to explore the efficacy of these programs, nor moderators of the effects.
Computer- and internet-based cognitive behavioral treatments (ccbt) may be an attractive treatment alternative to regular face-to-face treatmentthis meta-analysis aims to evaluate whether ccbt is effective for treating symptoms of anxiety and depression in youth. Background: computerised cognitive behavioural therapy (ccbt) is an innovative mode of delivering services to patients with psychological disorders the present paper uses a meta-analysis to systematically review and evaluate the effectiveness of ccbt for insomnia (ccbt-i. Question: (a) summarise the research article ‘an exploration of the therapeutic process while using computerised cognitive behaviour therapy’ (d240, 2010 the open university) (b) discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the approach to research contained in the article.
This meta-analysis assessed the effectiveness of computerised cognitive behavioural therapy for the treatment of common mental health disorders and yielded a significant effect size in favour of ccbt over both active and inactive control groups.
The purpose of this qualitative study on the use computerised cognitive behaviour therapy is to investigate the experience of clients when using.
Cognitive behavioral therapy (cbt) refers to a popular therapeutic approach that has been applied to a variety of problems the goal of this review was to provide a comprehensive survey of meta-analyses examining the efficacy of cbt.