Publications about online psychotherapy (others will follow)

  • Andersson, G. (2018). Internet interventions: Past, present and future. Internet interventions, 12: 181-188.

  • Dunn, K. (2014). The therapeutic alliance online. In P. Weitz (ed.) Psychotherapy 2.0: Where Psychotherapy and Technology Meet. pp. 75-88. London: Karnac.

  • Barak, A., & Grohol, J.M. (2011). Current and Future Trends in Internet-Supported Mental Health Interventions. Journal of Technology in Human Services, 29, (3): 155-196.

  • Andersson, G., Carlbring, P., Holmström, A., Sparthan, E., Furmark, T., Nilsson-Ihrfelt, E., … Ekselius, L. (2006). Internet-based self-help with therapist feedback and in vivo group exposure for social phobia: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 74(4), 677–686.

  • Goldschmidt, K. (2016). Tele-Mental Health for Children: Using Videoconferencing for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Journal of pediatric nursing, 31(6), 742.

  • Liu, L., Thorp, S. R., Moreno, L., Wells, S. Y., Glassman, L. H., Busch, A. C., ... & Agha, Z. (2019). Videoconferencing psychotherapy for veterans with PTSD: Results from a randomized controlled non-inferiority trial. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 1357633X19853947

  • Oei, T. P., & Dingle, G. (2008). The effectiveness of group cognitive behaviour therapy for unipolar depressive disorders. Journal of Affective Disorders, 107: 5-21.

  • Dunstan, D. A. & Tooth, S. M. (2012). Treatment via videoconferencing: A pilot study of delivery by clinical psychology trainees. The Australian Journal of Rural Health, 20, S. 88–94.

  • Gentry, M. T., Lapid, M. I., Clark, M. M. & Rummans, T. A. (2019). Evidence for telehealth group-based treatment: A systematic review. J Telemed Telecare, 25 (6), S. 327-342.

  • Irvine, A., Drew, P., Bower, P., Brooks, H., Gellatly, J., Armitage, C. J., et al. (2020). Are there interactional differences between telephone and face-to-face psychological therapy? A systematic review of comparative studies. J Affect Disord, 265, S. 120-131.

  • Ogden, P. & Goldstein, B. (2019). Sensorimotor Psychotherapy from a Distance Engaging the Body, Creating Presence, and Building Relationship in Videoconferencing.

  • In Weinberg, H. & Rolnik, A. (Eds.), Theory and Practice of Online Therapy: Internet-delivered Interventions for Individuals, Groups, Families, and Organizations (pp. 47-65). London: Taylor and Francis. Kindle-Version.

  • Russell, G. I. (2015). Screen relations: The limits of computer-mediated psychoanalysis and psychotherapy. London: Karnac Books.

  • Steele, M., Steele, H., Bate, J., Knafo, H., Kinsey, M., Bonuck, K., et al. (2014). Looking from the outside in: the use of video in attachment-based interventions. Attach. Hum. Dev, 16 (4), S. 402-415.

  • Weinberg, H. (2014). The Paradox of Internet Groups - Alone in the Presence of Virtual Others. London: Karnac.Weinberg, H. & Rolnik, A. (2020). Theory and Practice of Online Therapy: Internet-delivered Interventions for Individuals, Groups, Families, and Organizations. New York: Routledge, Taylor and Francis.

  • Gentry, M. T., Lapid, M. I., Clark, M. M., & Rummans, T. A. (2019). Evidence for telehealth group-based treatment: A systematic review. Journal of telemedicine and telecare, 25(6), 327-342.

  • Khatri, N., Marziali, E., Tchernikov, I., & Shepherd, N. (2014). Comparing telehealth-based and clinic-based group cognitive behavioral therapy for adults with depression and anxiety: a pilot study. Clinical interventions in aging, 9, 765

  • Mariano, T. Y., Wan, L., Edwards, R. R., Lazaridou, A., Ross, E. L., & Jamison, R. N. (2019). Online group pain management for chronic pain: Preliminary results of a novel treatment approach to teletherapy. Journal of telemedicine and telecare, 1357633X19870369

  • Rosen, C. S., Chard, K. M., Resick, P., & Frueh, B. C. (2014). Cognitive processing therapy for posttraumatic stress disorder delivered to rural veterans via telemental health: a randomized noninferiority clinical trial. J Clin Psychiatry, 75(5), 470-476.

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