A Practitioner's Guide to Telemental Health: How to Conduct Legal, Ethical, and Evidence-Based Telepractice (Paperback)
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David D. Luxton, PhD, MS, is an affiliate professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, and the founder of Luxton Labs LLC and Wayfarer Records LLC. Dr. Luxton's research and writing focus on the development and evaluation of innovative technologies in healthcare with specializations in artificial intelligence and ethics, telehealth, military and veterans' health, and forensic psychology. He's a licensed clinical psychologist and served in the United States Air Force. Eve-Lynn Nelson, PhD, LP, FATA, is a professor of pediatrics and psychiatry at the University of Kansas. Securing over $40 million in federal funds over her career, Dr. Nelson's research focuses on the evaluation of evidence-supported, patient-centered approaches in low-resource communities, including the evaluation of the array of telehealth technologies to deliver clinical and educational programming. She pioneered school-based telebehavioral health with her multi-state Telehealth ROCKS initiative (www.telehealthrocks.org) extending telebehavioral health best practices and social services support to set children up for success in the classroom and in life. Marlene M. Maheu, PhD, is a telehealth consultant, author, publisher, trainer, and the founder of Telehealth.org, LLC. She has served on a dozen professional association committees and task forces related to telemental health, written five telehealth textbooks, 50+ book chapters, and journal articles, and trained more than 66,000 professionals in telehealth since 1994. She was the lead author of the first published competencies for telemental health and now serves as an expert witness in telehealth-related legal cases. Her 55 telehealth newsletters are read by more than 5,000,000 professionals annually. She founded the non-profit Coalition for Technology in Behavioral Science (ctibs.org) and its journal, the Journal for Technology in Behavioral Science.