Using a transdiagnostic, psychodynamic online self-help intervention to maintain inpatient psychosomatic treatment effects : study protocol of a feasibility study

Jan Becker, Rüdiger Zwerenz, Robert Johansson, Ronald J. Frederick, Gerhard Andersson & Manfred E. Beutel
Background Online self-help interventions have proven to be effective in treating various specific mental disorders, mainly depression and anxiety. Knowledge regarding their acceptance, efficacy, and usefulness in addition to inpatient or outpatient psychotherapy is limited. Therefore, we plan to evaluate an affect-focused, transdiagnostic, psychodynamic online self-help intervention following inpatient psychotherapy for mixed diagnoses in a feasibility study to determine acceptance, satisfaction, and preliminary estimates of efficacy. Methods The intervention is based on the book “Living...
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