Published on in Vol 19, No 10 (2017): October

Using the Internet to Train Therapists: Randomized Comparison of Two Scalable Methods

Using the Internet to Train Therapists: Randomized Comparison of Two Scalable Methods

Using the Internet to Train Therapists: Randomized Comparison of Two Scalable Methods

Journals

  1. Babatunde F, MacDermid J, Grewal R, Macedo L, Szekeres M. Development and Usability Testing of a Web-Based and Therapist-Assisted Coping Skills Program for Managing Psychosocial Problems in Individuals With Hand and Upper Limb Injuries: Mixed Methods Study. JMIR Human Factors 2020;7(2):e17088 View
  2. Singh T, Reyes-Portillo J. Using Technology to Train Clinicians in Evidence-Based Treatment: A Systematic Review. Psychiatric Services 2020;71(4):364 View
  3. Frank H, Becker-Haimes E, Kendall P. Therapist training in evidence‐based interventions for mental health: A systematic review of training approaches and outcomes.. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice 2020;27(3) View
  4. Baumann A, Domenech Rodríguez M, Wieling E, Parra-Cardona J, Rains L, Forgatch M. Teaching GenerationPMTO, an evidence-based parent intervention, in a university setting using a blended learning strategy. Pilot and Feasibility Studies 2019;5(1) View
  5. Valenstein-Mah H, Greer N, McKenzie L, Hansen L, Strom T, Wiltsey Stirman S, Wilt T, Kehle-Forbes S. Effectiveness of training methods for delivery of evidence-based psychotherapies: a systematic review. Implementation Science 2020;15(1) View
  6. Williamson E, Srikesavan C, Thompson J, Tonga E, Eldridge L, Adams J, Lamb S. Translating the Strengthening and Stretching for Rheumatoid Arthritis of the Hand Programme from clinical trial to clinical practice: An effectiveness–implementation study. Hand Therapy 2020;25(3):87 View
  7. O'Connor M, Morgan K, Bailey-Straebler S, Fairburn C, Cooper Z. Increasing the Availability of Psychological Treatments: A Multinational Study of a Scalable Method for Training Therapists. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(6):e10386 View
  8. Gonzalez Salas Duhne P, Horan A, Ross C, Webb T, Hardy G. Assessing and promoting the use of implementation intentions in clinical practice. Social Science & Medicine 2020;265:113490 View
  9. Couturier J, Pellegrini D, Miller C, Bhatnagar N, Boachie A, Bourret K, Brouwers M, Coelho J, Dimitropoulos G, Findlay S, Ford C, Geller J, Grewal S, Gusella J, Isserlin L, Jericho M, Johnson N, Katzman D, Kimber M, Lafrance A, Leclerc A, Loewen R, Loewen T, McVey G, Norris M, Pilon D, Preskow W, Spettigue W, Steinegger C, Waite E, Webb C. The COVID-19 pandemic and eating disorders in children, adolescents, and emerging adults: virtual care recommendations from the Canadian consensus panel during COVID-19 and beyond. Journal of Eating Disorders 2021;9(1) View
  10. Agras W, Bohon C. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for the Eating Disorders. Annual Review of Clinical Psychology 2021;17(1):417 View
  11. Huryk K, Drury C, Loeb K. Diseases of affluence? A systematic review of the literature on socioeconomic diversity in eating disorders. Eating Behaviors 2021;43:101548 View
  12. Thaler L, Paquin-Hodge C, Leloup A, Wallace A, Oliverio S, Freiwald S, Israel M, Steiger H. Barriers and Facilitators to the Implementation of an Eating Disorders Knowledge Exchange Program for Non-specialist Professionals. The Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research 2023;50(3):365 View
  13. Rahman A, Akhtar P, Hamdani S, Atif N, Nazir H, Uddin I, Nisar A, Huma Z, Maselko J, Sikander S, Zafar S. Using technology to scale-up training and supervision of community health workers in the psychosocial management of perinatal depression: a non-inferiority, randomized controlled trial. Global Mental Health 2019;6 View
  14. Bond S, Binet É, Pudelko B. L’utilisation des technologies pour optimiser la formation des intervenants en santé mentale aux traitements fondés sur les données probantes : où en sommes-nous ?. Santé mentale au Québec 2021;46(1):71 View
  15. Fowler L, Hampl S, Dreyer Gillette M, Staiano A, Kracht C, Graham A, Gabbert S, Springstroh K, Thomas F, Nelson L, Hampp A, Carlson J, Welch R, Wilfley D, DeRosier M, Grothmann S, Winn S, Pifer K, Sommer W, Hehman C, Huegel M, Baker A, Lindros J, Petry P, Brown C, Cook S, Hampl S, Gillette M, Carlson J, Markenson D, Dunlap K, Graham A, Staiano A, Kracht C, Malek N, Beyl R, Johnson W, Hall L, Epstein L, Wilfley D, Fowler L, Costello S, Lima A, Ramel M, Hampp A. Translating Family-Based Behavioral Treatment for Childhood Obesity into a User-Friendly Digital Package for Delivery to Low-Income Families through Primary Care Partnerships: The MO-CORD Study. Childhood Obesity 2021;17(S1):S-30 View
  16. Bergvall H, Ghaderi A, Andersson J, Lundgren T, Andersson G, Bohman B. Development of competence in cognitive behavioural therapy and the role of metacognition among clinical psychology and psychotherapy students. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy 2023;51(3):200 View
  17. Khera C, Viljoen D, Murphy R. Scaling up training in a leading psychological treatment for eating disorders: The online training of therapists in CBT-E. Clinical Psychology Forum 2021;1(343):85 View
  18. Karam Jones A, Fitzsimmons‐Craft E, D'Adamo L, Eichen D, Graham A, Kolko Conlon R, Balantekin K, Welch R, Agras W, Wilson G, Wilfley D. A pilot study evaluating online training for therapist delivery of interpersonal psychotherapy for eating disorders. International Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Andersson G. Mental Health in a Digital World. View