Technological enabled digital therapies provide evidence based treatment for mental health conditions addressing the growing demand for services across Scotland.
Our digital treatments are self-managed and accessed either through referral or self-referral. Delivered within a stepped care model, treatments are fully integrated into primary care, psychological and mental health services and are focused on providing support and treatment to adults and young people across Scotland.
Computerised CBT (cCBT) a self-managed evidence based digital treatment that patients access in their own home. The national rollout of cCBT was completed in 2019 and has significant expanded since then with 15 treatments now available nationwide:
- Depression and Mixed Anxiety
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- Sleep Problems
- Chronic Pain – Depression and Anxiety
- Diabetes – Depression and Anxiety
- Chronic Heart Disease – Depression and Anxiety
- Respiratory Conditions – Depression and Anxiety
- Rheumatoid arthritis – Depression and Anxiety
- Perinatal – Anxiety and Low Mood
- Space from COVID-19
Internet Enabled CBT
Internet Enabled CBT (ieCBT) is therapist lead treatment delivered through a digital platform using written communication rather than face to face. The service operates at a step above cCBT within a stepped care model providing a flexible treatment option that increases service provision particularly in rural and remote areas.
Test of Change Programme
A Test of Change Programme has been established with cCBT for young people, insomnia and self-management currently in the testing phase.