Attitudes toward psychological telehealth: current and future clinical psychologists' opinions of internet-based interventions.

@article{Perle2013AttitudesTP,
  title={Attitudes toward psychological telehealth: current and future clinical psychologists' opinions of internet-based interventions.},
  author={Jonathan G Perle and Leah C Langsam and Allison B Randel and Shane Lutchman and Alison B. Levine and Anthony P Odland and Barry Nierenberg and Craig D. Marker},
  journal={Journal of clinical psychology},
  year={2013},
  volume={69 1},
  pages={100-13}
}
OBJECTIVES The current study explored differences in acceptance of telehealth interventions amongst currently licensed and future clinicians with a focus on web camera-based intervention. The influence of theoretical orientation was also assessed. METHOD An online survey assessed 717 participants comprising 409 licensed psychologists (40.8% female, mean age = 56.57, standard deviation [SD] = 11.01) and 308 doctoral-level students (78.9% female, mean age = 27.66, SD = 5.9) across domains of… CONTINUE READING
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