International Leaders on Internet Based Therapies to meet at UVA Health System

October 9, 2007 by

People use internet for entertainment, to form relationships, get advice and make money. Soon they could look to the internet to treat what ails them. It’s what a growing number of clinicians and researchers believe, including Lee Ritterband, Ph.D., associate professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Sciences Center at the University of Virginia Health System. He will host other like-minded doctors and researchers for the 3rd International Society for Research on Internet Interventions Conference (ISRII). ISRII members and participants will meet at the University of Virginia Health System October 11-12 at the Special Collections Library on UVA grounds.