Nora Eilert

Nora Eilert
Trinity College Dublin | TCD · School of Psychology

Doctor of Psychology

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Background While the acquisition and application of Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) skills is a core component and likely mechanism of effect maintenance in all CBT-based treatments, the extent of post-therapeutic CBT skills usage among internet-delivered CBT (iCBT) clients remains under-researched. Method Nested within a pragmatic randomized con...
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Background Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is a highly prevalent, chronic disorder associated with impaired quality of life, societal burden, and poor treatment rates. Internet‐delivered interventions may improve the accessibility of treatments and are increasingly being used. This study aimed to update a previous meta‐analysis to determine the...
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Utilization of internet-delivered cognitive behavioural therapy (iCBT) for treating depression and anxiety disorders in stepped-care models, such as the UK’s Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT), is a potential solution for addressing the treatment gap in mental health. We investigated the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of iCBT...
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Background: Clients independently applying Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) skills is an important outcome of CBT-based treatments. The relationship between posttherapeutic CBT skills usage and clinical outcomes remains under-researched-especially after internet-delivered CBT (iCBT). Objective: Explore contemporaneous and lagged effects of postt...
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Objective: To investigate post-treatment relapse and remission rates 3-, 6-, and 9- months after completion of an acute phase of a clinician-supported internet-delivered cognitive-behavioral therapy (iCBT) for anxiety and depressive symptoms, within a routine care setting. Method: Secondary analysis from a 12-month pragmatic randomized-controlle...
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Background: Mental health difficulties in children and adolescents are highly prevalent; however, only a minority receive adequate mental health care. Internet-delivered interventions offer a promising opportunity to increase access to mental health treatment. Research has demonstrated their effectiveness as a treatment for depression and anxiety...
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BACKGROUND Mental health difficulties in children and adolescents are highly prevalent; however, only a minority receive adequate mental health care. Internet-delivered interventions offer a promising opportunity to increase access to mental health treatment. Research has demonstrated their effectiveness as a treatment for depression and anxiety in...
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Background Internet-delivered cognitive behavior therapy (iCBT) is effective in treating anxiety and depression. Research on how these interventions operate is scarce. This study explored whether emotion regulation skills and positive beliefs about rumination were affected by iCBT and if these constructs mediated changes in depression and anxiety....

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