How accessible CBT can help with anxiety & low mood

The world of mental health is changing.

With the advent of new technology, it's now possible to access Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) remotely, without the need to see a physical therapist.

This is especially useful for young people, who may not have access to traditional therapy or feel uncomfortable with the idea of talking to someone face-to-face.

A new study from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) evaluated the effectiveness of a digital CBT intervention for young people with anxiety and low mood.

The study looked at the impact of the intervention on symptoms of anxiety and low mood, as well as the impact on quality of life. And the results of the study are incredibly promising.

The digital CBT intervention was found to be both safe and effective at reducing symptoms of anxiety and low mood.

In particular, the most significant improvements were found in the areas of social functioning, overall quality of life and self-esteem.

Overall, this study shows that digital CBT can be an effective tool for helping young people with anxiety and low mood.

It offers an alternative to traditional therapy, with the added benefit of increased convenience and anonymity.

It's important to note, however, that not all young people will benefit from this type of intervention, and it's important to seek professional advice if you're considering using it.

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