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A recent study using data collected from Australia's MindSpot Clinic found that internet-delivered CBT (ICBT) when delivered in routine care was associated with improvements in OCD symptoms.   "Cognitive-behaviour therapy (CBT) is an effective treatment for obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), but……
Free online counselling therapy for anxiety and depression is being provided nationally in Ireland following the success of an initial pilot. Some 88 per cent of patients who presented with severe anxiety and depressions experienced significantly reduced symptoms after the……
Strongest Families Institute (strongestfamilies.com), is an award-winning (e.g., 2017 Governor General of Canada Innovation Award; 2012 Mental Health Commission of Canada Award), bilingual charity.  Grounded in over 20 years of social science research[1][2][3][4][5][6][7], SFI leverages technology, best science, and highly…
  An innovative and award-winning program developed in Newfoundland and Labrador, Bridge the gapp, was featured on June 9th 2021 in a national podcast series that presents innovative mental health programs across Canada.   About the Promising Practises podcast   The Promising Practices podcast was…
Providing New Zealanders with easy access to locally developed, well-designed digital wellbeing tools is a priority for Te Hiringa Hauora (New Zealand’s Health Promotion Agency).   To this end, Te Hiringa Hauora is working with an innovative Kiwi social enterprise…
As dangerous as COVID-19 and the pandemic have been to our physical health, they’ve also threatened our mental health as well.   Shutdowns and social distancing measures mean many people haven’t been able to access their usual mental health and…
It is best to support young people struggling with life’s challenges upstream rather than waiting for them to develop mental health problems downstream. A key way of doing this is to work closely with the creative industries to develop what…
MIND and GGZ’s Mental Health App Guide provides an overview of various apps that may be able to help people improve their psychological health. The app guide meets the needs of both users and caregivers. These needs have increased even…
New Zealand has gained international recognition during the pandemic as a country willing and able to work together to achieve great things. Our response to the virus has helped us avoid the substantial challenges experienced by many healthcare systems around…
Source: Wolters Kluwer Health   Digital technologies, especially smartphone apps, have great promise for increasing access to care for patients with serious mental illness such as schizophrenia. A new training program, called DOORS, can help patients get the full benefit of…

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