By Cory Thornton, MS, MFA, Vice President, Market Intelligence Of the many treatment technologies, computerized cognitive behavioral therapy has a substantial body of evidence supporting its effectiveness. We've written about this before – see Why CBT? Why Tech-Enabled CBT?, Online Therapy Has Similar Benefits As Face-To-Face CBT, and Telephone-Delivered CBT Has Lower Drop-Out Rates Than Face-To-Face. Computerized CBT is recognized by SAMHSA as an evidence-based practice – see the National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices: Computer-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Beating the Blues. And, England's National Health Service has published extensively on the effectiveness of computerized CBT– see Computerised cognitive behaviour therapy for depression and anxiety. Despite the evidence about effectiveness,…
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