Computerised CBT rolls out across Scotland

A national computerised cognitive behavioural therapy (cCBT) programme to support improved mental health will be up and running across Scotland by the end of the year, the Scottish Government said in a statement.

The Government’s mental health strategy commits it to develop more accessible psychological therapy self-help resources and support the national rollout of cCBT with NHS 24 by 2018.

Following a successful pilot in a number of health board areas, the programme is being rolled out to all Scottish territorial boards, supported by TEC (Technology Enabled Care) funding……….

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