Self-help treatment of anxiety disorders: a meta-analysis and meta-regression of effects and potential moderators.
- PsychologyClinical psychology review
Online CBT for preschool anxiety disorders: a randomised control trial.
- PsychologyBehaviour research and therapy
Evaluating ACT Processes in Relation to Outcome in Self-Help Treatment for Anxiety-Related Problems
- PsychologyBehavior modification
This study provided support for the ACT model of change in a self-help context and highlighted the importance of actively applyingSelf-help material, addressing theoretical and practical questions about how and why ACT self- help works.
Efficacy, cost-effectiveness and acceptability of self-help interventions for anxiety disorders: systematic review
- Psychology, MedicineBritish Journal of Psychiatry
Self-help interventions appear to be an effective way of treating individuals diagnosed with social phobia and panic disorder as well as the cost-effectiveness and acceptability of these interventions.
Self-help interventions for psychosis: a meta-analysis.
- Psychology, MedicineClinical psychology review
Self-Help and Internet-Guided Interventions in Depression and Anxiety Disorders: A Systematic Review of Meta-Analyses
- PsychologyCNS Spectrums
The meta-analyses indicate that self-help methods are effective in a range of different disorders, including depression and anxiety disorders, and further research is needed to optimize the use of self- help methods.
Negative effects of self-help materials: three explorative studies
- Psychology, MedicineThe Cognitive Behaviour Therapist
This paper explores both clinicians’ experience of harm in patients as a response to self-help materials as well as patients’ own reports, and suggests that there is a generic training need for clinicians in materials’ use.
A systematic review of self-help for disfigurement: effectiveness, usability, and acceptability.
- PsychologyBody image
Is guided self-help as effective as face-to-face psychotherapy for depression and anxiety disorders? A systematic review and meta-analysis of comparative outcome studies
- Psychology, MedicinePsychological Medicine
It seems safe to conclude that guided self-help and face-to-face treatments can have comparable effects and it is time to start thinking about implementation in routine care.
A Comprehensive Review and a Meta-Analysis of the Effectiveness of Internet-Based Psychotherapeutic Interventions
ABSTRACT Internet-based psychotherapeutic interventions have been used for more than a decade, but no comprehensive review and no extensive meta-analysis of their effectiveness have been conducted.…
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The effects of self-administered cognitive therapy on social-evaluative anxiety.
- PsychologyJournal of clinical psychology
Comparisons of mean change scores with therapist administered studies lend support to the conclusion that self-administered cognitive restructuring is an effective means of decreasing social-evaluative anxiety.
Stresspac: A Controlled Trial of a Self-Help Package for the Anxiety Disorders
- PsychologyBehavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy
In order to test the efficacy of a self-help anxiety management package, sixty-two individuals meeting DSM-III-R criteria for an anxiety disorder were randomly allocated to one of three conditions:…
A meta-analysis of bibliotherapy studies
- PsychologyAmerican journal of community psychology
Overall, the amount of therapist contact during bibliotherapy did not seem to relate to effectiveness, but there was evidence that certain problem types responded better with increased therapist contact.
The limits of bibliotherapy: A study of the differential effectiveness of self-administered interventions in individuals with panic attacks * **
Home self-assessment and self-treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder using a manual and a computer-conducted telephone interview: replication of a UK-US study.
- Psychology, MedicineThe Journal of clinical psychiatry
A significant improvement in the intent-to-treat analysis was due to the subgroup of patients (48% of those who began BT STEPS) who went beyond self-assessment to do exposure and ritual prevention self-therapy at home guided by BTSTEPS.
Traditional group therapy and computer-administered treatment for test anxiety
Abstract Traditional group therapy for test anxiety, modelled after Weissberg (1976), was compared with the computer-administered treatment of Thoresen, Insel, Roth, Ross, and Seyler (1986). Both…
Self-help and minimal-contact therapies for anxiety disorders: Is human contact necessary for therapeutic efficacy?
- PsychologyJournal of clinical psychology
It is concluded that self-administered treatments are most effective for motivated clients seeking treatment for simple phobias, and minimal-contact therapies have demonstrated efficacy for the greatest variety of anxiety diagnoses.
A comparison of bibliotherapy and group therapy in the treatment of panic disorder.
- PsychologyJournal of consulting and clinical psychology
This study investigated 2 methods of disseminating a cognitive-behavioral intervention for panic disorder and found that both the BT and GT treatments were more effective than the WL condition in reducing frequency of panic attacks, severity of physical panic symptoms, catastrophic cognitions, agoraphobic avoidance, and depression.