Computer-based therapy for milder, but more common mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety should be made available to any patients in England who could benefit from it from April, according to health secretary Patricia Hewitt.

Computerised cognitive behavioural therapy is a first-line treatment for people with anxiety and depression, and heralds a significant shift towards providing new services closer to people at home and in the community.

Read the press release here

Computer-based therapy for milder, but more common mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety should be made available to any patients in England who could benefit from it from April, according to health secretary Patricia Hewitt.

Computerised cognitive behavioural therapy is a first-line treatment for people with anxiety and depression, and heralds a significant shift towards providing new services closer to people at home and in the community.

Read the press release here