Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/23193, first published .
A Theory of Change for Web-Based Therapy and Support Services for Children and Young People: Collaborative Qualitative Exploration

A Theory of Change for Web-Based Therapy and Support Services for Children and Young People: Collaborative Qualitative Exploration

A Theory of Change for Web-Based Therapy and Support Services for Children and Young People: Collaborative Qualitative Exploration

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  1. Mindel C, Mainstone-Cotton L, de Ossorno Garcia S, Sefi A, Sugarman G, Salhi L, Brick H, Jackson K, Hanley T. The design and development of an experience measure for a peer community moderated forum in a digital mental health service. Frontiers in Digital Health 2022;4 View
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  5. Mindel C, Salhi L, Oppong C, Lockwood J. Alienated and unsafe: Experiences of the first national UK COVID‐19 lockdown for vulnerable young people (aged 11–24 years) as revealed in Web‐based therapeutic sessions with mental health professionals. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research 2022;22(3):708 View
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