Miclea, Mircea; Miclea, Stefania; Ciuc─â, Amalia
March 2008
Cognitie, Creier, Comportament/Cognition, Brain, Behavior;Mar2008, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p131
Academic Journal
Computer supported psychotherapy (CSP) is an innovative development of psychotherapy aiming to match the needs of the market and the new attitudes of help seekers in our digital era. We claim that theories and data from e-learning, in particular those from instructional design and multimedia learning can be successfully transferred to improve CSP. E-learning may become an illuminating metaphor for effective CSP. We argue for a re-conceptualization of psychotherapy as a series of learning experiences taking place in the mind of the patient, with the contribution of various resources, the psychotherapist being only one of them.


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