SECTION I: Introduction to Telemental Health
CHAPTER ONE: Introduction
Authors: Carolyn Turvey, Ph.D. and Kathleen Myers, M.D., M.P.H.
CHAPTER TWO: Telemental Health as a Solution to the Widening Gap Between Supply and Demand for Mental Health Services
Author: Michael Flaum, M.D.
SECTION II: Developing a Therapeutic Space During Telemental Health
CHAPTER THREE: Establishing Therapeutic Rapport in Telemental Health
Author: Dehra Glueck, M.D.
CHAPTER FOUR: Ethical Considerations in Providing Mental Health Services Over Videoteleconferencing
Authors: Eve Lynn Nelson, Ph.D. Kathy Davis, Ph.D., Sarah E. Velasquez, M.S., M.A.B
CHAPTER FIVE: Integrating Culturally Appropriate Care into Telemental Health Practice
Authors: Elizabeth Brooks, Ph.D., Garret Spargo, Peter Yellowlees, M.B.B.S. M.D., Patrick
OâNeill, M.D., Jay Shore, M.D., M.P.H.
CHAPTER SIX: Managing Risk and Protecting Privacy in Telemental Health: An Overview of
Legal, Regulatory, and Risk Management Issues.
Authors: Gregory Kramer Ph.D., J.D., Matthew Mishkind, Ph.D., David Luxton, Ph.D., Jay
Shore, M.D., M.P.H.
SECTION III: Establishing a Telemental Health Practice
CHAPTER SEVEN: Business Aspects of Telemental Health in Private Practice
Author: Dehra Glueck, M.D.
CHAPTER EIGHT: Technology Options for the Provision of Mental Health Care Through Videoteleconferencing
Authors: Garret Spargo, Ashley Karr
SECTION IV: Improving Access for Special Populations through Telemental Health
CHAPTER NINE: Telemental Health in Primary Care
Authors: Avron Kreichman, M.D., Caroline Bonham, M.D.
CHAPTER TEN: Geriatric Telemental Health
Authors: Thomas Sheeran Ph.D., M.E., Jennifer Dealy, B.A., Terry Rabinowitz M.D.,
CHAPTER ELEVEN: Child and Adolescent Telemental Health
Author: L. Lee Carlisle, M.D.
CHAPTER TWELVE: Rural Veterans and Telemental Health Service Delivery
Authors: Leslie Morland Psy.D. and Karen Kloezeman
CHAPTER THIRTEEN: Videoteleconferencing in Forensic and Correctional Practice Authors: Ashley Batastini, Brendan McDonald, B.A.,Robert Morgan, PhD
SECTION V: Assessment and Intervention
CHAPTER FOURTEEN: Special Considerations for Conducting Neuropsychological Assessment Over Videoteleconferencing.
Authors: C. Munro Cullum, Ph.D., Maria C. Grosch, B.S.
CHAPTER FIFTEEN: Special Considerations for Conducting Psychotherapy Over Videoteleconferencing.
Authors: Eve-Lynn Nelson, Ph.D. Angela Banitt Duncan, Ph.D., Teresa A. Lillis, M.A.
CHAPTER SIXTEEN: Special Considerations for Conducting Psychopharmacologic Treatment Over Videoteleconferencing. Author: Carol Rockhill M.D., Ph.D., M.P.H.
SECTION VI: Next Steps in Disseminating Telemental Health and Establishing an Evidence Base
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN: Clinically Informed Telemental Health in Post-Disaster Areas.Author: Eugene Augusterfer, LCSW
CHAPTER EIGHTEEN: Social Networking and Mental Health
Authors: Benjamin Hidy,M.D., Emily Porch, M.D., Sarah Reed, M.D., Michelle Burke Parish, M.A., Peter Yellowlees, M.B.B.S., M.D.
CHAPTER NINETEEN: Research in Telemental Helath: Review and Synthesis
Authors: Carolyn Turvey, Ph.D and Kathleen Myers, M.D., M.P.H., M.S.
CHAPTER TWENTY: Conclusions
Authors: Carolyn Turvey, Ph.D and Kathleen Myers, M.D., M.P.H.
APPENDIX I: Glossary of Terms
APPENDIX II: Websites