Archives of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy

ISSN 1509-2046
eISSN 2083-828X

APPOnlineFirstNr12

Archives of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy Online First Nr 12: 1–5
 
Published ahead of print 21 November 2021
 
 
Online psychotherapy during COVID-19 pandemic – experiences of psychotherapists. Research review
 
Krystian Konieczny
 
Abstract
In 2019, mass infections caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus and the disease caused by it became the reason for global social, economic and health crises. This situation required changes, also in the field of psychotherapeutic practice and the implementation of new solutions. One of the possibilities of continuing services provision was to start the Internet usage
Aim: The purpose of this paper is to review the latest research related to the experiences of psychotherapists working online during the pandemic. An additional goal is to present the broadest possible analysis of the literature based on research conducted in various countries around the world.
Materials: Google Scholar, PubMed, Scopus and PsycNet were searched for a review. From among the search results that met the general criteria, those related to psychotherapeutic practice in the given countries were selected.
Conclusions: Online psychotherapy has become a significant component of psychotherapeutic practice during a pandemic. Earlier expectations and concerns could be verified. The presented results of selected studies create a picture of the functioning of psychotherapists in many countries and constitute
 
 
ISSN 1509-2046
eISSN 2083-828X


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