Developing a digital training resource for clinicians learning CBT for psychosis (CBTpro)

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The Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Training Study will rigorously test CBTpro–a novel tool that uses spoken language technologies and conversational Artificial Intelligence to train behavioral health practitioners in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. We conducted a 2-week field trial, followed by a Randomized Clinical Trail in community mental health agencies to evaluate both learner and client outcomes. The study aims to expand global access to CBT training to students and practitioners, support quality psychological treatments for clients with a range of behavioral health disorders (including Serious Mental Illness), and support ongoing clinical quality assurance in routine care settings.


Project Period:
March 14, 2023 February 28, 2025

Funding Type(s):
Federal

Funder(s):
NIMH (National Institute of Mental Health)

Geographic Area(s):
Oregon, Washington

Practice Type(s):
Community Mental Health/Health Center/Faith Health Center, Hospital, Online/remote/apps/social media, Outpatient

Patient Population(s):
Adults, Caregivers/Providers

Targeted Condition(s):
Psychosis, Serious Mental Illness