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Young Minds held two focus groups with young people aged 25 and under to ascertain their views on e-therapies.These groups tried several computer-based applications for anxiety and depression – two of the most common mental health conditions in this age group – and provided feedback on areas such as audience appeal, acceptability and perceived therapeutic benefit.
Young people who are vulnerable offline are more likely to be at risk online.
The education and knowledge provided is instrumental in breaking down stigma and maximising the life chances for all children and young people.
Mind Ed offers free, completely open access, online education in over 300 topics.
The focus groups emphasised that e-Therapies should be part of a package of care and not a replacement for face-to-face therapies.
This is a new and very promising way of providing therapy for children and young people.