Search for dissertations about: "internetbaserad behandling"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 10 swedish dissertations containing the words internetbaserad behandling.

  1. 1. Treating depression and its comorbidity : From individualized Internet-delivered cognitive behavior therapy to affect-focused psychodynamic psychotherapy

    Author : Robert Johansson; Gerhard Andersson; Per Carlbring; Pim Cuijpers; Jacques Barber; Linköpings universitet; []
    Keywords : SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; Depression; comorbidity; psychological treatment; psychotherapy; Internet; Internet-delivered treatment; cognitive behavior therapy; psychodynamic psychotherapy; Depression; komorbiditet; psykologisk behandling; psykoterapi; Internet; internetbaserad behandling; kognitiv beteendeterapi; psykodynamisk psykoterapi;

    Abstract : The overarching goal of this thesis has been to enhance Internet-delivered psychological treatments for depression and its comorbidity. To this end, three randomized controlled trials (Study II, III and IV) with a total of 313 participants were conducted. READ MORE

  2. 2. Development and evaluation of an internet-based treatment for generalized anxiety disorder : An acceptance-based approach

    Author : Mats Dahlin; Gerhard Andersson; Per Carlbring; Rikard Wicksell; Linköpings universitet; []
    Keywords : SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; acceptance; generalized anxiety disorder; internet-based treatment; anxiety; cognitive behaviour therapy; acceptans; generaliserat ångestsyndrom; internetbaserad behandling; ångest; kognitiv beteendeterapi;

    Abstract : Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is a chronic condition characterized by an excessive and uncontrollable worry. GAD has a highly negative impact on all aspects of life, and the costs for society are considerable. Cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT), delivered face-to- face or online, has been shown to be effective in treating GAD. READ MORE

  3. 3. Internet-based treatment of depression and anxiety among migrants and refugees in Sweden

    Author : Tomas Lindegaard; Gerhard Andersson; Ali Sarkohi; Birgit Wagner; Linköpings universitet; []
    Keywords : SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; Cognitive behavioural therapy; ICBT; Cultural adaptation; Refugee; Migrant; Depression; Anxiety; Kognitiv beteendeterapi; IKBT; Kulturanpassning; Flykting; Migrant; Depression; Ångest;

    Abstract : There is a growing number of refugees and displaced persons worldwide, with many suffering the psychological consequences of traumatic and stressful events occurring both in their country of origin, during the migratory journey and after arriving in a new country. Despite this, there is limited evidence on how to best help refugees and migrants with the mental health problems that they sometimes experience. READ MORE

  4. 4. Use of a Smartphone Application in the Treatment of Depression : The New Wave of Digital Tools in Psychological Treatment

    Author : Kien Hoa Ly; Gerhard Andersson; Per Carlbring; Ed Watkins; Linköpings universitet; []
    Keywords : MEDICIN OCH HÄLSOVETENSKAP; MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES; Behavioral activation; depression; smartphone; application; mobile app; internetadministered; digitally administered; blended treatment; Beteendeaktivering; depression; smartphone; applikation; mobilapp; internetadministrerad; digital behandling; blandform;

    Abstract : Internet-delivered programs based on cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) have during the past decade shown to work in an effective way for the treatment of depression. Due to its accessibility and independence of time and location, smartphone-based CBT might represent the next generation of digital interventions. READ MORE

  5. 5. The Effectiveness and Acceptability of Internet-Delivered Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Depression and Anxiety in Routine Clinical Care

    Author : Olof Johansson; Institutionen för psykologi; []
    Keywords : SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; effectiveness; internet-delivered CBT; Depression and Anxiety; acceptability; psychiatry;

    Abstract : Evidence-based psychological interventions delivered via the internet and mobile technologies (Digital Mental Health) hold the promise of reducing barriers to care, including difficulties accessing treatment because of distance, cost, work and family commitments, and limited provider capacity. Such barriers represent a particular challenge for individuals with depression and anxiety, that tend to co-occur and to recur following treatment cessation, and which are among the most common and burdensome illnesses worldwide. READ MORE