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050 4 RA790.5|b.U85 2018
082 04 362.20285|223
245 00 Using technology in mental health practice /|cedited by
Jeffrey J. Magnavita.
264 1 Washington, DC :|bAmerican Psychological Association,
300 xiv, 234 pages ;|ccm
338 online resource|2rdacarrier
504 Includes bibliographical references and index.
505 0 Introduction: How can technology advance mental health
treatment? -- I: Expanding access to care -- Managing risk
: Aligning technology use with the law, ethics codes, and
practice standards -- Telemental health care delivery:
Evidence base and practical considerations -- Behavioral
and mental health apps -- II: Technology-based treatments
-- Virtual reality psychotherapy -- Cranial electrotherapy
stimulation -- Growing the evidence base for neurofeedback
in clinical practice -- Heart rate variability biofeedback
: Current and potential applications -- III Professional
development -- Clinical measurement and patient feedback
systems -- Technology-assisted deliberate practice for
improving psychotherapy effectiveness -- Using technology
for therapist self-development -- Extending your mental
health practice as an entrepreneur -- Adopting new
technology for your practice: How to assess fit and risks.
520 "This book presents some of the exciting new developments
and evolving technologies in the field of mental and
behavioral health. It is largely for mental health
practitioners who already use technology for personal or
professional purposes. The target audience includes
scholars and practitioners who wish to become
entrepreneurs. The book is organized into twelve chapters.
Chapter one reviews the Health Insurance Portability and
Accountability Act of 1996 and Health Information
Technology for Economic and Clinical Health laws, ethical
principles and enforceable ethics standards, and practice
guidelines that are essential to successfully
incorporating and managing the technologies available.
Chapters two and three cover technologies whose main
benefit is increasing access to mental health care. It
covers telemental health care delivery, and behavioral and
mental health apps. Chapters four through seven focus on
specific technology-based treatments. It provides brief
description on virtual reality psychotherapy, cranial
electrotherapy stimulation, neurofeedback, and heart rate
variability biofeedback. Chapter eight describes clinical
measurement and patient feedback systems. Chapter nine is
about technology-assisted deliberate practice for
improving psychotherapy effectiveness. Chapter ten shows
us how to use technology to advance the training, often
without having to leave the office. Chapter 11 explores
the topic of how technology creates new possibilities for
entrepreneurship, offering a vehicle for innovation in
mental health and opportunities for new business ventures
to solve the problems the field faces. The final chapter
presents a thought process practitioners can use when
developing or expanding the scope of their practice via
technology."--Preface (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2018
APA, all rights reserved).
530 Also issued in print.
533 Electronic reproduction.|bWashington, D.C. :|cAmerican
Psychological Association,|d2018.|nAvailable via World
Wide Web.|nAccess limited by licensing agreement.|7s2018
650 0 Mental health services|xTechnological innovations.
650 0 Communication in medicine|xMethodology.
650 0 Medical informatics.
700 1 Magnavita, Jeffrey J.,|eeditor.
776 0 Original|w(DLC) 2017049012
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