The Internet and CBT: a Clinical Guide.pdf
Comprehensive and practical, this book describes how cognitive behavioural therapy can be delivered via the Internet, email, open access programmes, online communities, and via smartphone. It details how these alternative methods of CBT support can be integrated within a busy practice and will be invaluable for all CBT clinicians and students wishing to find out more about assessing and supporting people in innovative ways. Understand how to integrate online and smartphone CBT delivery into your daily practice Be aware of advice to give concerning online support communities and when to recommend guided self help online Explore the resources and treatment programmes available and see how to perform online assessments Learn how to guide and supervise the people in your care Be clear about the issues around patient confidentiality and what you need to do to ensure safe and ethical practice With its no-nonsense and down-to-earth approach, this book covers the dos and don'ts of CBT delivery online and via smartphone and provides a highly accessible guide for students and practitioners wishing to incorporate CBT online into their work. It will be of great interest to CBT clinicians, psychologists, psychotherapists, counsellors, and mental health nurses.
Gerhard Andersson, Ph.D. Professor in Clinical Psychology, licensed psychologist and CBT therapist. Department of Behavioural Sciences and Learning, Linkoping University, SE-581 83 Linkoping, Sweden
Introduction. Resources on the Internet. Online communities. Assessments over the Internet. Open access treatment programmes. Guided Internet-based CBT (iCBT) programmes. Real time CBT over the Internet. Training and supervision over the Internet. Recent developments in modern information technology.