Published on in Vol 6, No 11 (2019): November

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/14776, first published .
A Web-Based Self-Help Psychosocial Intervention for Adolescents Distressed by Appearance-Affecting Conditions and Injuries (Young Persons’ Face IT): Feasibility Study for a Parallel Randomized Controlled Trial

A Web-Based Self-Help Psychosocial Intervention for Adolescents Distressed by Appearance-Affecting Conditions and Injuries (Young Persons’ Face IT): Feasibility Study for a Parallel Randomized Controlled Trial

A Web-Based Self-Help Psychosocial Intervention for Adolescents Distressed by Appearance-Affecting Conditions and Injuries (Young Persons’ Face IT): Feasibility Study for a Parallel Randomized Controlled Trial

Journals

  1. Riobueno-Naylor A, Williamson H, Canenguez K, Kogosov A, Drexler A, Sadeq F, DePamphilis M, Holcomb J, Stoddard F, Lydon M, Murphy J, Sheridan R. Appearance Concerns, Psychosocial Outcomes, and the Feasibility of Implementing an Online Intervention for Adolescents Receiving Outpatient Burn Care. Journal of Burn Care & Research 2021;42(1):32 View
  2. Jenkinson E, Bogart K, Hamlet C, Davies L. Living with Moebius syndrome. Journal of Aesthetic Nursing 2020;9(6):233 View
  3. Hamlet C, Williamson H, Hotton M, Rumsey N. ‘Your face freezes and so does your life’: A qualitative exploration of adults’ psychosocial experiences of living with acquired facial palsy. British Journal of Health Psychology 2021;26(3):977 View
  4. Chen V, Bellodi Schmidt F. Provider perceptions and practices for appearance‐related psychosocial distress caused by dermatologic disease in children. Pediatric Dermatology 2021;38(5):1074 View
  5. Noh D, Kim H. Effectiveness of Online Interventions for the Universal and Selective Prevention of Mental Health Problems Among Adolescents: a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Prevention Science 2023;24(2):353 View
  6. Kling J, Zelihić D, Williamson H, Feragen K. Is it safe? Exploring positive and negative outcome changes following a web-based intervention for adolescents distressed by a visible difference (YP Face IT). Body Image 2022;43:8 View
  7. Zelihić D, Feragen K, Pripp A, Nordgreen T, Williamson H, Kling J. Predictors of Adolescents’ Response to a Web-Based Intervention to Improve Psychosocial Adjustment to Having an Appearance-Affecting Condition (Young Person’s Face IT): Prospective Study. JMIR Formative Research 2023;7:e35669 View
  8. Millgård M, Feragen K, Ullmann Miller J, Arfa S, Williamson H, Kling J. Adolescents and parents’ perception of Young Person's Face IT: An online intervention for adolescents struggling with conditions affecting their appearance. DIGITAL HEALTH 2022;8:205520762211471 View
  9. Zucchelli F, Donnelly O, Rush E, White P, Gwyther H, Williamson H. An Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Prototype Mobile Program for Individuals With a Visible Difference: Mixed Methods Feasibility Study. JMIR Formative Research 2022;6(1):e33449 View
  10. Kling J, Nordgreen T, Kvalem I, Williamson H, Feragen K. Recruiting difficult-to-engage groups to online psychosocial interventions: Experiences from an RCT study targeting adolescents with a visible difference. Contemporary Clinical Trials Communications 2021;24:100869 View
  11. Kling J, Asphaug L, Feragen K. Cost‐effectiveness analysis of a psychosocial web‐based intervention for adolescents distressed by a visible difference: Results from a randomized controlled trial in Norway. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 2023;64(3):268 View
  12. Zelihić D, van Dalen M, Kling J, Pripp A, Nordgreen T, Kvalem I, Pasmans S, Mathijssen I, Koudstaal M, Hillegers M, Williamson H, Utens E, Feragen K, Okkerse J. Reducing social anxiety in adolescents distressed by a visible difference: Results from a randomised control trial of a web-based intervention. Body Image 2022;40:295 View
  13. Emerson A, Pickett M, Moore S, Kelly P. A Scoping Review of Digital Health Interventions to Promote Healthy Romantic Relationships in Adolescents. Prevention Science 2023;24(4):625 View
  14. Hewitt R, Ploszajski M, Purcell C, Pattinson R, Jones B, Wren G, Hughes O, Ridd M, Thompson A, Bundy C. A mixed methods systematic review of digital interventions to support the psychological health and well-being of people living with dermatological conditions. Frontiers in Medicine 2022;9 View
  15. van Dalen M, Pasmans S, Aendekerk E, Mathijssen I, Koudstaal M, Williamson H, Hillegers M, Utens E, Okkerse J. Acceptability and feasibility of an online psychosocial intervention for Dutch adolescents with a visible difference: A mixed-methods study. Body Image 2022;41:298 View
  16. Waite E, Jenkinson E, Kershaw S, Guest E. Psychosocial Interventions for Children and Young People With Visible Differences Resulting From Appearance-Altering Conditions, Injury, or Treatment Effects: An Updated Systematic Review. Journal of Pediatric Psychology 2024;49(1):77 View