If you're worried about your health and still seek shelter (-ish), you may not need to see a therapist in the flesh: a study published in JAMA Psychiatry found that internet-based cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) helps patients manage anxiety and Fear and a 45-minute face-to-face session using a self-guided textbook combined with weekly 10-minute therapy sessions conducted on a secure platform.
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"Online therapist-led CBT is based on the same strategies and exercises (as in personal therapy), and patients can interact with the treatment content at any time of the day," says senior author Erland Axelsson, Ph.D., licensed psychologist at Karolinska -Institute in Solna, Sweden. And because health anxiety is inherently similar to other forms of anxiety, Axelsson believes it could also be true
to a wider population.