Exploring the efficacy and acceptability of Internet-delivered cognitive behavioural therapy for young adults with anxiety and depression: an open trial.

@article{Johnston2014ExploringTE,
  title={Exploring the efficacy and acceptability of Internet-delivered cognitive behavioural therapy for young adults with anxiety and depression: an open trial.},
  author={Luke Johnston and Blake F Dear and Milena Gandy and Vincent J Fogliati and Rony Kayrouz and Joanne Sheehan and Ronald M. Rapee and Nickolai Titov},
  journal={The Australian and New Zealand journal of psychiatry},
  year={2014},
  volume={48 9},
  pages={819-27}
}
BACKGROUND The highest prevalence of mental health problems is amongst people aged 18-24, with anxiety disorders and depression the most common disorders in this age group. Few young adults seek and receive effective care, prompting calls for the development of 'youth friendly' services. The Internet is a modality that has the potential to facilitate engagement with, and delivery of psychological treatments to, young adults. To date, however, no therapist-guided Internet-delivered treatments… CONTINUE READING
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