Online interventions have been firmly shown to be as efficient as face-to-face psychotherapy to treat several mental disorders (see for ex. Carlbring et al., 2018). However, empirically validated online interventions are still very scarce in French, and to our knowledge, no such intervention exists to support people struggling with grief and separation. The present project aims to develop and test such an self-help online intervention, based on an existing German program developed at the University of Bern (LIVIA). It will include the following innovations aimed at fostering adherence and efficiency:
- Guidance on demand
- A focus on personal resources and hope induction
- Freedom to chose the order of the modules
- Interactive content and design of the website
- Automated e-mail support
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Prof. Jeannette Brodbeck, University of Bern
Prof. Thomas Berger, University of Bern
Prof. Hansjörg Znoj, University of Bern
Tanja Bellier-Teichmann, PhD, Institut et Haute Ecole de la Santé La Source
Franz Caspar, University of Bern
Involved Master students
Emmanuelle Freymond and Sarah Baur
Carolina Bodmer, Laure Bongard, Adrien Bornet, Dominique Flück, Mathieu Frossard, Elena Gervasoni, Patricia Giobbi, Nathanaël Joye, Aaricia Perrig, Priscilla Schatzer, Mélissa Roy, Alissa Bertini-Morini, Mihaela Moga, et Sabina Nölli.