Computer-aided cognitive-behavioural therapy

by Dr Lina Gega and Professor Isaac Marks


Last updated: May 2012


This module gives an overview of computer-aided cognitive-behavioural therapy (cCBT) and answers common questions from clinicians, managers, patients and carers questions such as:


  • How is computer-aided therapy relevant to me?


  • Does cCBT work and how?


  • Does cCBT suit some people more than others?


  • Is cCBT good value for money?


  • How can patients access cCBT and what brief 'human' support do they need while using cCBT?


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Please note: This module was last updated in 2012. Please be aware when completing the module that some of the guidance may have changed.

If you like this module, you may also be interested in:


An introduction to cognitive-behavioural therapy by Dr Chris Williams and Dr Rebeca Martinez


Technology, social media and mental health by Chris Blackmore and Prof Digby Tantam


Computers, the internet and the World Wide Web: an introduction for the e-therapist by Chris Blackmore and Professor Digby Tantam


Book from RCPsych Publications: CBT for Adults: A Practical Guide for Clinicians



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