Acceptability of Online Self-Help to People With Depression: Users’ Views of MoodGYM Versus Informational Websites

@inproceedings{Powell2014AcceptabilityOO,
  title={Acceptability of Online Self-Help to People With Depression: Users’ Views of MoodGYM Versus Informational Websites},
  author={John Powell and Chris R Williams and Justine Schneider and Pooria Sarrami Foroushani and Paul Robert Grime and Graham Thornicroft},
  booktitle={Journal of medical Internet research},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Little is known about the factors that influence acceptability of and adherence to online psychological interventions. Evidence is needed to guide further development of promising programs. OBJECTIVE Our goal was to investigate users' views of two online approaches to self-help for depression: computerized cognitive behavior therapy (cCBT) and informational websites, in a workplace context. Computerized CBT offers an inexpensive and accessible alternative to face-to-face therapy… CONTINUE READING
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