Bibliography Chapter II

Welcome to the Telebehavioral Health Institute’s telemental health and behavioral telehealth reference bibliography. We are pleased to provide our references to you and the telehealth community. Please note, this is an updated version of the original bibliography from our text, The Mental Health Professional and the New Technologies (2004). You will find more than 1000 primary references below. This resources is searchable by entering your keyword in the “search bar” immediately below this text.  A comprehensive and updated list of more than 3,500 up-to-date references is available to trainees who register for TBHI’s Certificate Training Programs.

Dowling, M., Rickwood, D., & Rickwood, D. (2015). Investigating individual online synchronous chat counselling processes and treatment outcomes for young people. Advances in Mental Health, 12(3), 216–224. doi:10.1080/ 18374905.2014.11081899
Glueckauf, R. L., Maheu, M. M., Drude, K. P., Wells, B. A., Wang, Y., Gustafson, D. J., & Nelson, E. (in press). Survey of psychologists’ telebehavioral health practices: Technology use, ethical issues and training needs. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice.
Hilty, D.M., Randhawa, K., Maheu, M.M., Drude, K.P., Pantera, R. (in press) Quality telepractice and the therapeutic relationship: Learning from virtual reality, augmented reality and telepresence. Academic Psychiatry.
Klitzke, M. J., & Lombardo, T. W. (1991). A “bug-in-the-eye” is better than a “bug-in- the-ear”: A teleprompter technique for on-line therapy skills training. Behavior Modification, 15(1), 113–117.
Koltz, R. L., & Feit, S. S. (2012). A phenomenological study : The experience of live supervision during a pre-practicum counseling techniques course. The Qualitative Report, 17(80), 1–24.
Maheu, M.M., Hilty, D. M., Drude, K.P., Hertlein, K.M. (in press). A framework for telebehavioral health competencies across Professions: Process, outcome and practice considerations in a complex era of healthcare. Academic Psychiatry.
Maheu M. M., Drude, K., Hertlein K., Lipshutz, R., Wall, K., Long, R., Hilty D. M. , (2017). An Interprofessional Framework For Telebehavioral Health Competencies. Journal for Technology in Behavioral Science, 1(4).
McAdams, C. R., & Wyatt, K. L. (2010). The regulation of technology-assisted distance counseling and supervision in the United States: An analysis of current extent, trends, and implications. Counselor Education and Supervision, 49, 179–192.
Miklich, D. R. (1975). General nature of radio telemetry. American Psychologist, March, 418–425.
Miller, K. L., Miller, S. M., & Evans, W. J. (2002). Computer-assisted live supervision in college counseling centers. Journal of College Counseling, 5, 187–192.
Moody, S., Kostohryz, K., & Vereen, L. (2014). Authentically engaged learning through live supervision: A phenomenological study. Counselor Education and Supervision, 53(1), 19–33. doi:10.1002/j.1556-6978.2014.00046.x
Power, A. (2013). Supervision of supervision: How many mirrors do we need? British Journal of Psychotherapy, 29(3), 389–404. doi:10.1111/bjp.12038
Rainsberger, S., Fishel, A., & Machuca, R. (2013, October). Leveraging apps for counselor self-care. Counseling Today, 1–4.
Scherl, C. R., & Haley, J. (2000). Computer monitor supervision: A clinical note. The American Journal of Family Therapy, 28(3), 275–282. doi:10.1080/ 01926180050081702
Smith, J. L., Carpenter, K. M., Amrhein, P. C., Brooks, A. C., Levin, D., Schreiber, E. A., . . . Nunes, E. V. (2012). Training substance abuse clinicians in motivational interviewing using live supervision via teleconferencing. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 80(3), 450–64. doi:10.1037/a0028176
Smith, R. C., Mead, D. E., & Kinsella, J. A. (1998). Direct supervision: adding computer- assisted feedback and data capture to live supervision. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 24(1), 113–25.
Wolf, A. W. (2011). Internet and video technology in psychotherapy supervision and training. Psychotherapy (Chicago, Ill.), 48(2), 179–81. doi:10.1037/a0023532
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