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This study investigated a technology-enhanced training protocol to facilitate dissemination of therapist training on cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) for anxiety disorders. Seventy community clinicians received an online tutorial followed by live remote observation of clinical skills via videoconference. Impact of training on patient outcomes was also assessed. Training resulted in a significant increase in both trainee knowledge of CBT concepts and techniques and therapist competence in applying these skills. Patients treated by trainees following training had significant reductions in anxiety and depression. Ratings of user satisfaction were high. Results provide support for the use of these technologies for therapist training in CBT.
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- Therapist Training on Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Anxiety Disorders Using Internet-Based Technologies
Kenneth A. Kobak
Michelle G. Craske
Raphael D. Rose
- Springer US