Digital Therapy Reduces Social Anxiety, Study Finds

Digital Therapy Reduces Social Anxiety, Study Finds

Internet-based cognitive behavioral therapy appears to be an effective treatment for patients with social anxiety disorder, according to new study findings. Researchers at the University of British Columbia wanted to see if a web-based program called Overcome Social Anxiety could successfully reduce social anxiety in patients. They constructed a study of 65 college-aged students (72% of whom were women), in which 30 enrollees were given access to Overcome Social Anxiety, and the other 35 were told they were placed in a control group.

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