Comparing brief internet-based compassionate mind training and cognitive behavioral therapy for perinatal women: Study protocol for a randomized controlled trial.
AuthorsKelman, Alex R
Stanley, Meagan L
Barrera, Alinne Z
AffiliationPalo Alto University
Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
University of Derby
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AbstractBackground Depression that occurs during the perinatal period has substantial costs for both the mother and her baby. Since in-person care often falls short of meeting the global need of perinatal women, Internet interventions may function as an alternate to help women who currently lack adequate access to face-to-face psychological resources. However, at present there are insufficient empirically supported Internet-based resources for perinatal women.
CitationKelman, A. R. et al (2016) 'Comparing Brief Internet-Based Compassionate Mind Training and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Perinatal Women: Study Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial', JMIR Research Protocols, 5 (2):e65 .
JournalJMIR Research Protocols
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