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This article introduces the concept of telehealth and examines how telehealth expands both provider and patient access to health care. Current clinical applications are presented including equipment, research, and examples of direct clinical care. The article focuses on store-and-forward and...
The future of professional psychology may well rest on psychology training programs successfully defending their existence in purely monetary terms. This article examines the effectiveness of the training program of an urban mental health center that includes an American Psychological...
The confidentiality of the client–therapist relationship has been seriously challenged by managed care oversight and reporting requirements. The impact of such requirements on psychotherapy clients’ willingness to disclose was explored. Three descriptions of confidentiality limits were...
The purpose of this article is to demonstrate how Erik Erikson’s life span theory provides training staffs with a useful metaphor for enhancing their understanding of and efficacy in guiding interns through the developmental challenges characteristic of the internship year.
Psychologists have been involved in psychopharmacological research and practice since the 1950s, although this seems not to have been remembered. Biodyne data on 1.6 million mental episodes from 1988 to 1992 document psychologists’ involvement in monitoring and managing psychopharmacological...
Psychologists are increasingly asked for their opinions about public policy issues. Effective testimony can influence policies for the benefit of the profession and society. Few resources, however, describe how psychologists can acquire the skills to maximize the impact of this venue for public...
Professional psychologists often have a need for information on the patterns of service accessing and service use by ethnic groups. Demographic characteristics and psychotherapy use of 229 Chinese American clients, seen in a Southern California private practice between 1989 and 1996, are...
This article describes a collaborative pilot project between the Federal Bureau of Prisons and the Joint (Departments of Justice and Defense) Program Steering Group that seeks to determine the benefit of telehealth in a corrections environment. This pilot project is currently being conducted...
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