Tele Mental Health Bibliography

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  • Abney PC, Maddux CD. Counseling and technology: Some thoughts about the controversy. Journal of Technology in Human Services. 2004;22:1–24.

  • Abroms LC, Gill J, Windsor R, Simons-Morton B. A process evaluation of e-mail counselling for smoking cessation in college students: Feasibility, acceptability and cost. Journal of Smoking Cessation. 2009;4:26–33.

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  • Agrawal V. Podcasts for psychiatrists: A new way of learning. Psychiatric Bulletin. 2007;31:270–271.

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  • Ainsworth M. My life as an e-patient. In: Hsiung RC, editor. E-therapy: Case studies, guiding principles, and the clinical potential of the Internet. New York: W. W. Norton & Co.; 2002. pp. 194–215.

  • Alcañiz M, Botella C, Baños R, Perpiñá C, Rey B, Lozano JA, Gil JA. Internet-based telehealth system for the treatment of agoraphobia. CyberPsychology & Behavior. 2003;6:355–358. [PubMed: 14511446]

  • Alcañiz M, Botella C, Baños RM, Zaragoza I, Guixeres J. The intelligent e-therapy system: A new paradigm for telepsychology and cybertherapy. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling. 2009;37:287–296.

  • Alcañiz M, Lozano JA, Rey B. Technological background about VR. In: Riva G, Botella C, Legeron P, Optale G, editors. Cybertherapy: Internet and virtual reality as assessment and rehabilitation tools for clinical psychology and neuroscience. Amsterdam: Ios Press; 2004. pp. 199–216.

  • Alemi F, Haack MR, Harge A, Dill R, Benson L. Engaging client's family and friends in online counseling. Journal of Addictions Nursing. 2005;16:47–55. [PMC free article: PMC2789596] [PubMed: 19997537]

  • Alemi F, Haack MR, Nemes S, Aughburns R, Sinkule J, Neuhauser D. Therapeutic emails. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy. 2007;2:7. [PMC free article: PMC1805747] [PubMed: 17302991]

  • Alleman JR. Online counseling: The Internet and mental health treatment. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training. 2002;39:199–209.

  • Almlov J, Carlbring P, Berger T, Cuijpers P, Andersson G. Therapist factors in Internet-delivered cognitive behavioural therapy for major depressive disorder. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. 2009;38:247–254. [PubMed: 19802751]

  • Almlov J, Carlbring P, Kallqvist K, Paxling B, Cuijpers P, Andersson G. Therapist effects in guided Internet-delivered CBT for anxiety disorders. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy. 2011;39:311–322. [PubMed: 21144121]

  • Amarendran V, George A, Gersappe V, Krishnaswamy S, Warren C. The reliability of telepsychiatry for a neuropsychiatric assessment. Telemedicine and eHealth. 2011;17:223–225. [PubMed: 21443440]

  • American Telemedicine Association. New generation of virtual humans helping to train psychologists. Washington DC: Author; 2012.

  • American Telemedicine Association. Evidence-based practice for telemental health. Washington DC: Author; 2009.

  • American Telemedicine Association. Category: US states. Washington DC: Author; 2010.

  • Amig S. Internet dilemmas (HIPAA, on-line counseling raise serious issues) Behavioral Health Management. 2001;21:48–51.

  • Amir N, Beard C, Burns M, Bomyea J. Attention modification program in individuals with generalized anxiety disorder. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 2009;118:28–33. [PMC free article: PMC2645540] [PubMed: 19222311]

  • Amir N, Beard C, Taylor CT, Klumpp H, Elias J, Burns M, Chen X. Attention training in individuals with generalized social phobia: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 2009;77:961–973. [PMC free article: PMC2796508] [PubMed: 19803575]

  • Amir N, Weber G, Beard C, Bomyea J, Taylor CT. The effect of a single-session attention modification program on response to a public-speaking challenge in socially anxious individuals. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 2008;117:860–868. [PMC free article: PMC3569035] [PubMed: 19025232]

  • Amstadter AB, Broman-Fulks J, Zinzow H, Ruggiero KJ, Cercone J. Internet-based interventions for traumatic stress–related mental health problems: A review and suggestion for future research. Clinical Psychology Review. 2009;29:410–420. [PMC free article: PMC2704915] [PubMed: 19403215]

  • An LC, Klatt C, Perry CL, Lein EB, Hennrikus DJ, Pallonen UE, Ehlinger EP. The RealU online cessation intervention for college smokers: A randomized controlled trial. Preventive Medicine. 2008;47:194–199. [PubMed: 18565577]

  • An LC, Schillo BA, Saul JE, Wendling AH, Klatt CM, Berg CJ, Luxenberg MG. Utilization of smoking cessation informational, interactive, and online community resources as predictors of abstinence: Cohort study. Journal of Medical Internet Research. 2008;10:e55. [PMC free article: PMC2630836] [PubMed: 19103587]

  • Andersson G. Internet-based cognitive–behavioral self help for depression. Expert Review of Neurotherapeutics. 2006;6:1637–1642. [PubMed: 17144778]

  • Andersson G. Using the Internet to provide cognitive behaviour therapy. Behaviour Research and Therapy. 2009;47:175–180. [PubMed: 19230862]

  • Andersson G, Bergstrom J, Buhrman M, Carlbring P, Holländare F, Kaldo V, Waara J. Development of a new approach to guided self-help via the Internet: The Swedish experience. Journal of Technology in Human Services. 2008;26:161–181.

  • Andersson G, Bergstrom J, Carlbring P, Lindefors N. The use of the Internet in the treatment of anxiety disorders. Current Opinion in Psychiatry. 2005;18 [PubMed: 16639187]

  • Andersson G, Bergstrom J, Holländare F, Carlbring P, Kaldo V, Ekselius L. Internet-based self-help for depression: Randomised controlled trial. British Journal of Psychiatry. 2005;187:456–461. [PubMed: 16260822]

  • Andersson G, Carlbring P. Internet and cognitive behaviour therapy: New opportunities for treatment and assessment. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. 2003;32:97–99. [PubMed: 16291541]

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  • Andersson G, Carlbring P, Berger T, Almlov J, Cuijpers P. What makes Internet therapy work? Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. 2009;1 [PubMed: 19675956]

  • Andersson G, Carlbring P, Grimlund A. Predicting treatment outcome in Internet versus face to face treatment of panic disorder. Computers in Human Behavior. 2008;24:1790–1801.

  • Andersson G, Carlbring P, Holmstrom A, Sparthan E, Furmark T, Nilsson-Ihrfelt E, Ekselius L. Internet-based self-help with therapist feedback and in vivo group exposure for social phobia: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 2006;74:677–686. [PubMed: 16881775]

  • Andersson G, Carlbring P, Kaldo V, Strom L. Screening of psychiatric disorders via the Internet. A pilot study with tinnitus patients. Nordic Journal of Psychiatry. 2004;58:287–291. [PubMed: 15370777]

  • Andersson G, Cuijpers P. Internet-based and other computerized psychological treatments for adult depression: A meta-analysis. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. 2009;38:196–205. [PubMed: 20183695]

  • Andersson G, Kaldo V. Internet-based cognitive behavioral therapy for tinnitus. Journal of Clinical Psychology. 2004;60:171–178. [PubMed: 14724924]

  • Andersson G, Lundstrom P, Strom L. Internet-based treatment of headache: Does telephone contact add anything? Headache. 2003;43:353–361. [PubMed: 12656706]

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  • Andersson G, Waara J, Jonsson U, Malmaeus F, Carlbring P, Ost LG. Internet-based self-help versus one-session exposure in the treatment of spider phobia: A randomized controlled trial. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. 2009;38:114–120. [PubMed: 20183690]

  • Andre B, Ringdal GI, Loge JH, Rannestad T, Kaasa S. The importance of key personnel and active management for successful implementation of computer-based technology in palliative care: Results from a qualitative study. Computers Informatics Nursing. 2008;26:183–189. [PubMed: 18600124]

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  • Anthony K. Therapy online—The therapeutic relationship in typed text. In: Bolton G, Howlett S, Lago C, Wright JK, editors. Writing cures: An introductory handbook of writing in counselling and psychotherapy. Hove, United Kingdom: Brunner–Routledge; 2004.

  • Anthony K. Counselling problem gamblers online. BACP Counselling and Psychotherapy Journal. 2005;16:9–10.

  • Anthony K, Nagel DM, Goss S. The use of technology in mental health: Applications, ethics and practice. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas Publisher; 2010.

  • Antonacci DJ, Bloch RM, Sy AS, Yildirim Y, Talley J. Empirical evidence on the use and effectiveness of telepsychiatry via videoconferencing: Implications for forensic and correctional psychiatry. Behavioral Sciences & the Law. 2008;26:253–269. [PubMed: 18548519]

  • APA Practice Organization. Reimbursement for telehealth services. Washington DC: Author; 2011.

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  • - A Wisconsin-based provider of behavioral health services is expanding its reach in the Midwest with a very simple formula – “just a therapist and a camera.”

    Wisconsin Lutheran Christian Family Solutions, based just outside of Milwaukee, has been dabbling in virtual visits since 2008, offering a variety of services through their 29 outpatient clinics in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Michigan. More recently, they’ve been building their telemental health platform, adding online counselors in Indiana, North Dakota, Idaho and Florida.

    The key to the healthcare provider’s continued growth: Simplicity.

    “We don’t use anything fancy in our offices,” says Dan Nommensen, LPC, NCC, DCC, coordinator of WLCFS’ member assistance program and a licensed professional counselor. “It has to be very easy and very simple for people to use. We don’t want to complicate the process for people who are already struggling with anxiety or depression.”

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    That, he says, includes forcing them to find a ride or drive to a counselor’s office – sometimes hundreds of miles away – when they can instead sit in a quiet, comfortable room in their own home and talk to their counselor via video.

    Behavioral or telemental healthcare is one of the fastest growing segments of the virtual care market, and for good reason. It’s based on a face-to-face encounter between a patient and a doctor and focused on conversation, rather than a physical examination. It also places emphasis on putting the patient at ease, so that he or she might open up to a counselor. What better way to do that than to chat from one’s own home?

    Nommensen says he has about 40 telehealth counselors now, working on the OmniJoin video visit platform powered by Brother. Patients are mailed instructions for connecting online, and must read and sign a digital informed consent form before connecting with a counselor.

    While advances in broadband speed and connectability have help WLCFS improve its platform, the service isn’t without its challenges. Each state has different telehealth licensing rules and standards, thus restricting the network from branching out even farther. And insurance covers roughly 40 percent of the network’s sessions, leaving patients to foot the rest of the bill.

    “Some payers are great, while others really haven’t thought about telehealth at all,” says Nommensen. “Then there are payers who will reimburse only when it’s on their own approved platforms. It’s hard when we use a HIPAA-compliant procedure and process but a payer says that’s not good enough.”

    Still, Nommensen sees demand for the service growing – both from patients and providers. He’d like to see guidelines put in place that allow his counselors to treat patients in other states. And while the overhead for video counseling is minimal, he longs for the day when his EMR, registration, scheduling and patient portals are all on one easy-to-use platform, instead of cobbled together from best-of-breed solutions.

    “We’re waiting for some of the costs to go down,” he says.

    It’s a dream shared by many small and mid-sized providers who’ve pieced together a telehealth program from scratch, identifying needs and devising platforms to address them, like new rooms added on to a house.

    For now, Nommenen is expanding the video counseling platform where he can. It opens up a broad swathe of the heartland to WLCFS, allowing them to reach consumers rather than waiting for those consumers to find their way to a clinic (or to someone else’s office).

    “We have access to a huge market that we don’t have within driving distance of our little clinics,” he says. “Why wouldn’t we do this?”

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