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Preferences for Internet-Based Mental Health Interventions in an Adult Online Sample: Findings From an Online Community Survey

Preferences for Internet-Based Mental Health Interventions in an Adult Online Sample: Findings From an Online Community Survey

The relatability of content, a preference for action-based rather than talk-based therapies, and opportunities to build skills were highlighted as preferences for online mental health services by young men [18].

Philip J Batterham, Alison L Calear

JMIR Ment Health 2017;4(2):e26


eMental Health Experiences and Expectations: A Survey of Youths' Web-Based Resource Preferences in Canada

eMental Health Experiences and Expectations: A Survey of Youths' Web-Based Resource Preferences in Canada

In one study, only 42% of young adults aged 19-24 years with major depressive disorder had accessed any mental health services [10].

Felicia M Wetterlin, Marissa Y Mar, Erika K Neilson, Gregory R Werker, Michael Krausz

J Med Internet Res 2014;16(12):e293


Perspectives of Family Members on Using Technology in Youth Mental Health Care: A Qualitative Study

Perspectives of Family Members on Using Technology in Youth Mental Health Care: A Qualitative Study

Information and communication technologies (ICTs) such as websites, social media, and mobile phones or tablet apps are increasingly recognized as having an important role in the delivery of mental health services.

Shalini Lal, Winnie Daniel, Lysanne Rivard

JMIR Ment Health 2017;4(2):e21