A content analysis of client e-mails in guided internet-based cognitive behavior therapy for depression

The relationship between what a client writes when communicating with an online therapist and treatment outcome in internet-based cognitive behavior therapy (ICBT) is largely unknown. The aim of our new study (published today) was to addresses if written correspondence from the client to the therapist correlate with outcome and treatment completion. A total of 29 … Read more

Negative effects of Internet interventions: A qualitative content analysis of patients’ experiences with treatments delivered online

Today a paper was accepted for publication about potential negative effects of Internet interventions. Internet interventions are defined as the delivery of health-care-related treatments via an online or a smartphone interface, and have been shown to be a viable alternative to face-to-face treatments. However, not all patients benefit from such treatments, and it is possible … Read more