Remote therapy could bring positive outcomes to young people after lockdown, report says

Nina Jacobs
Thursday, July 9, 2020

Remote forms of therapeutic support can deliver positive outcomes to young people, improving accessibility for those struggling to access face-to-face services, latest research has found.

Experts recommend a 'blended' model of face-to-face and remote support for young people. Picture: Youth Access
Experts recommend a 'blended' model of face-to-face and remote support for young people. Picture: Youth Access

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