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Computerised cognitive behaviour therapy for depression and anxiety update: a systematic review and economic evaluation.
There is some evidence that CCBT is as effective as therapist-led cognitive behaviour therapy (TCBT) for the treatment of depression/anxiety and phobia/panic and is more effective than treatment as usual (TAU) in the Treatment of depression /anxiety. Expand
The acceptability to patients of computerized cognitive behaviour therapy for depression: a systematic review
A systematic review of sources of information on acceptability to patients of CCBT for depression identified 16 studies ofCCBT for the treatment of depression that provided at least some information on these sources. Expand
Self-reported attachment styles and therapeutic orientation of therapists and their relationship with reported general alliance quality and problems in therapy.
The aims of this study were to explore the relationship between therapists' self-reported attachment styles and therapeutic orientation with the self-reported general therapeutic alliance andExpand
Health status of Gypsies and Travellers in England
Significant health inequalities exist between the Gypsy and Traveller population in England and their non-Gypsy counterparts, even when compared with other socially deprived or excluded groups, and with other ethnic minorities. Expand
Resolving threats to the therapeutic alliance in cognitive analytic therapy of borderline personality disorder: a task analysis.
Compent resolution of alliance-threatening events is crucially dependent on therapists' ability to recognize them, and secondarily on their adherence to the principles in the refined model, which is consistent with prior research and can be used in supervision and quality improvement strategies. Expand
Health-related beliefs and experiences of Gypsies and Travellers: a qualitative study
Among Gypsies and Travellers, coherent cultural beliefs and attitudes underpin health-related behaviour, and health experiences must be understood in this context. Expand
Health status of Gypsy Travellers.
Health status of Gypsy Travellers was significantly poorer than in the lowest socio-economic UK population group, but was not so markedly different from a concurrent, matched, socially deprived resident group. Expand
Psychological therapies including dialectical behaviour therapy for borderline personality disorder: a systematic review and preliminary economic evaluation.
The overall efficacy of psychological therapies is promising; however, at this stage the evidence is inconclusive and the cost-effectiveness of DBT although potential is suggested. Expand
Computerised cognitive-behavioural therapy for depression: systematic review.
There is some evidence to support the effectiveness of CCBT for the treatment of depression, however, all studies were associated with considerable drop-out rates and little evidence was presented regarding participants' preferences and the acceptability of the therapy. Expand
Computerised cognitive behaviour therapy (cCBT) as treatment for depression in primary care (REEACT trial): large scale pragmatic randomised controlled trial
Neither a commercially available nor free to use computerised CBT intervention was superior to usual GP care and findings cannot be generalised to cCBT offered with a much higher level of guidance and support. Expand