Crisp, Dimity; Griffiths, Kathleen; Mackinnon, Andrew; Bennett (previously Brittliffe), Kylie; Christensen, Helen
Internet-based interventions are increasingly recognized as effective for the treatment and prevention of depression; however, there is a paucity of research investigating potential secondary benefits. From a consumer perspective, improvements in indicators of wellbeing such as perceived quality of life may represent the most important outcomes for evaluating the effectiveness of an intervention. This study investigated the 'secondary' benefits for self-esteem, empowerment, quality of life and...[Show more]
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