Telehealth issues in consulting psychology practice.

  title={Telehealth issues in consulting psychology practice.},
  author={Thomas W. Miller},
  journal={Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research},
  • T. W. Miller
  • Published 2006
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research
Consulting psychologists have recognized the importance of providing comprehensive consultation and clinical services for consumers with special needs. Often because of distance and access to consultation services, remote and underserved populations may not have the necessary access to consultant specialists in psychology and other disciplines. Such services are now available through an innovative model of telehealth. Telehealth technology and services have gained the attention of scientists… 

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