Free Webinar: Using Apps in Clinical Practice: Practical Aspects

Free Webinar: Using Apps in Clinical Practice: Practical Aspects

Apps Clinical Practice

This webinar will provide practical considerations for using phone apps. Our moderator will introduce a competency-based framework for including phone apps in clinical practice to set the stage for the guest presenters to provide specific and practical ways in which phone apps can be used in practice.

A single topic area will be highlighted to illustrate how phone apps can be used in working with a particular population. For purposes of this demonstration, that focus will be the inclusion of apps in the treatment of individuals across the spectrum of emotional distress, from stress reduction and relaxation to posttraumatic stress.

Applicability to other topic areas will be highlighted throughout.

Join us, February 12 at 2:00 p.m. EST for this FREE 60-minute webinar. Unable to attend at that time? Register anyway, and we will send you the recording 2 weeks after the live event.

February 12 from 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. EST 

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This interdivisional APA webinar is led by APA Div. 18 and supported by 9 other APA Divisions (19, 29, 31, 32, 37, 42, 46, 53, and 56). It is the second apps webinar co-sponsored by the Coalition for Technology in Behavioral Science (CTiBS).

Speaker Bios

Marlene M. Maheu, PhD, has been a technology-focused pioneer since 1994. As the Executive Director of the Telebehavioral Health Institute, Inc. (telehealth.org), she has overseen the development and delivery of online training to professionals from 76 countries worldwide.


Julie Kinn, PhD, is a clinical and research psychologist specializing in the use of health technology to improve patient outcomes. She has worked in the Department of Defense for over 10 years, and now leads the Defense Health Agency (DHA) Connected Health Branch Education and Training Program.


Greg Reger, PhD, is the Deputy Associate Chief of Staff for Mental Health at the VA Puget Sound Health Care System and a professor at the University of Washington School of Medicine. His research focus is on the development and evaluation of innovative technologies to support service member and veteran psychological health.

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