ieso, a leading provider of evidence-based, online cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and innovator of ground-breaking research, features in The Economist’s latest review of mental healthcare programmes in England.
The article refers to the findings of the JAMA Psychiatry study, commissioned by ieso, in which a deep-learning model is applied to the transcripts generated by sessions, “to find out what is associated with success (“therapeutic praise” comes out top; “therapeutic empathy” last) which is fed back to therapists.”
The Economist states digital services offer convenience and can work as well as in-person sessions. It raises important questions about the future provision of mental healthcare, and whether the rise in digital services can improve access to mental health therapy and drive recovery rates.
Read the full article here: England’s pioneering mental-health programmes hits a ceiling.