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Innovative Methods to Assess Psychotherapy Practices (imAPP)

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Innovative Methods to Assess Psychotherapy Practices (imAPP)

This project compares two methods of assessing the quality of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) that do not involve directly observing sessions: 1) adherence checklists embedded in clinical notes, and 2) rating the quality of worksheets that are completed with therapist guidance during sessions. It also examines whether ratings of worksheets completed on a mobile app are reliable and valid quality measures. This information can inform strategies to monitor and enhance CBT quality, which can ultimately improve the quality of care and clinical outcomes.

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Behavioral - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is an evidence-based psychotherapy that treats a variety of disorders. In this study, clinicians will be enrolled who use types of CBT for anxiety disorders, depression and PTSD in their routine clinical practice. CBT is usually a 12-16 session treatment that focuses on intervening on disorders cognitively and behaviorally through the use of worksheets during session and outside of session.

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Leveraging Routine Clinical Materials and Mobile Technology to Assess CBT Quality

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NCT03479398

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