An online computerized cognitive behavioral therapy (eCBT) program, either alone or when combined with an internet support group, proved to be a more effective treatment for depression and anxiety treatment compared to usual care from a primary care professional. Usual care consisted of any depression or anxiety treatment recommended by the person's primary care professional. Equal shares of the two eCBT groups and the usual care control group took antidepressant medications. The improvement was determined by scores on the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Depression scale, and the PROMIS Anxiety scale. After six months of treatment, both . . .