- April 9, 2018 -

Our Therapy 2.0 team is active in publications, conference participations and in contributions to scientific societies:

- November 6, 2017 -

Our Rijeka meeting was a big step forward to our project objectives! The Therapy2.0 toolbox as well as the guidelines, the learning platform, the app and validation procedures were presented in drafts and discussed in detail.

- July 5, 2017 -
The International Society for Research on Internet Interventions (ISRII) organises a Scientific Meeting 12 - 14 October 2017 in Berlin, Germany, on information and communication technologies targeting behavioural, psychosocial, health and mental health outcomes. These “Internet Interventions” are broadly inclusive of existing and emerging technologies, including, but not limited to, the web, mobile and wireless devices and applications, digital gaming, virtual reality, remote sensing and robotics. The ISRII 9th Scientific Meeting will have a broad scope focussing on digital technologies to improve health across the lifespan and will cover lifestyle behaviours, management of acute and chronic conditions, and mental health.
- July 5, 2017 -
For our German speaking colleagues the “25. Erfurter Psychotherapiewoche” takes place September 9 – 13, 2017 in Thuringia and will gather German-speaking experts from psychotherapy. The conference focuses on “Personal integrity in a medial world”. Our Therapy 2.0 project will be presented and discussed by Hans-Jürgen Köttner of media k GmbH, our German project coordinator. Programme and topics (in German only)
- May 26, 2017 -

Busy months are waiting for the Therapy 2.0 – partners: Guidelines and Toolbox will be prepared in their drafts until September 2017.

- May 25, 2017 -

Therapy 2.0 experts discussed and agreeds on the outcome of the Online Survey on Experiences, Needs & Expectations of e-tools for counselling and therapy, which Evelyn Schlenk of Institute of Learning Innovation (ILI) implemented.

- March 21, 2017 -

The project Therapy 2.0 aims at supporting the integration of ICT-tools in the processes of counselling and therapy. This is especially important for the target group of ‘digital natives’ (persons at the age of 15-25 years), who are used to deal with online tools and could be reached by the communication tools they use themselves.