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Computer-Assisted Psychotherapy

Computer‐assisted psychotherapy (CAT) can be defined as psychotherapy that utilizes a computer program to deliver a significant part of the treatment or uses computer tools to assist the work of the therapist. Clinician involvement usually includes screening, supervision, and support of program uses... Full description

Journal Title: The Corsini Encyclopedia of Psychology 2010, Vol.1 (4), p.372-374
Main Author: Katz, Marina
Other Authors: Tamas, Rebecca , Wright, Jesse
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  • Humans
  • Medical innovations
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  • Psychological therapies and interventions
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  • Psychotherapy - trends
  • Regular
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  • Software
  • Therapy, Computer-Assisted - trends
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description: Computer‐assisted psychotherapy (CAT) can be defined as psychotherapy that utilizes a computer program to deliver a significant part of the treatment or uses computer tools to assist the work of the therapist. Clinician involvement usually includes screening, supervision, and support of program uses, and it may, in some applications, involve an integrated human‐computer “team” method of delivery. The amount of therapist time spent in CAT has varied in different studies, but is typically reduced considerably from the amounts used in standard psychotherapy.
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