The Mental Health Professional and the New Technologies: A Handbook for Practice Today

By Marlene M. Maheu; Myron L. Puller et al. | Go to book overview

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Marlene M. Maheu, Ph. D., a licensed psychologist with over 25 years of practice experience, is a trainer, speaker, advocate and consultant for technology-based healthcare services. She has served on the American Psychological Association's Committee on Professional Practice Standards (COPPS), co-chaired the Task Force for Media & Telehealth for APA Division 46, Media Psychology, and chaired the Technology Task Force for APA Division 35, the Society for the Psychology of Women. She has also served on the California Psychological Association's Presidential Telehealth Task Force, and been awarded their Division of Media, Technology and Communication, Jacqueline Bouhoustsos, Ph. D. Award For Contribution to Media Psychology. Dr. Maheu is EditorinChief and founder of <www.SelfhelpMagazine.com>, an award winning online electronic magazine, with over 7,000 daily readers, and developed of TelehealthNet, , a networking site for mental health professionals interested in telehealth. The lead author of E-health, Telemedicine and Telehealth: A Guide to Startup & Success (2001) she lectures internationally on the ethics and practicalities of using technology in multidisciplinary and psychotherapeutic settings. She also consults with numerous corporations seeking to integrate technology into clinical service delivery.

Myron L. Puller, M. D., is a board-certified psychiatrist and a clinical associate professor at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey—New Jersey Medical School in Newark, NJ, on the faculty of the Mental Health Services Research Fellowship program. He previously worked in county and voluntary psychiatric and general hospitals and in private solo and group practice emphasizing individual and family psychotherapy. He has served as Medical Psychiatric Director for PruCare of Northern New Jersey and for TriState Healthcare Management; he has also founded and operated a multidisciplinary managed care-oriented outpatient clinic. Currently, Dr. Pulier is developing a network of interactive multimedia kiosks to improve clinical communication with severely and persistently disturbed psychiatric patients at the partial care psychosocial rehabilitation unit of University Behavioral HealthCare in Newark. His involvement with computer applications in psychiatry began with projects in the late 1960's at North Shore-LIJ Health System's Hillside Hospital as well as at the Nathan Kline Research Institute of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and at the Computers in Military Psychiatry program at Walter Reed General Hospital.

Frank H. Wilhelm, Ph. D., is a senior research scholar in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, and Associate Director of the Laboratory of Clinical Psychopharmacology and Psychophysiology, at Stanford University. Trained in clinical

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