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Seminar

CS1-09 - Increasing the Reach of Evidence-Based Psychotherapy With Video-to-Home Telehealth

Monday, April 30
1:45 PM - 2:45 PM
Location: E450A

Learn how video-to-home (VTH) technology can be a powerful vehicle for delivering evidence-based psychotherapy to patients in rural areas or patients who would otherwise avoid in-person treatment. Examine three case studies on how evidence-based treatments for anxiety, substance use and trauma-related disorders were adapted and tailored for delivery via VTH. Hear from experts on how unique applications of technology in psychotherapy can increase program access, adherence and retention.

Learning Objectives:

Julianna Hogan

Research Health Scientist/Psychologist
Baylor College of Medicine

Julianna Hogan, PhD, is a licensed psychologist and Research Health Scientist at the South Central Mental Illness Research, Education, and Clinical Center. Much of Dr. Hogan’s past research has focused on the role of emotion regulation as a mechanism of change in the course of mental health disorders. Dr. Hogan’s research and clinical interests include treatment of substance use disorders and increasing access to under-served and rural Veterans. She is dedicated to expanding access to care through exploring alternative and novel delivery approaches to synchronous and asynchronous therapy.

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Jan Lindsay

Assistant Professor
Dept. of Veteran Affairs

Jan A. Lindsay, PhD, is a licensed psychologist and an investigator for the SC MIRECC and for the Behavioral Health and Implementation Program at the Center for Innovations in Quality, Effectiveness and Safety (IQuESt) at the Michael E. DeBakey VAMC. She is an Assistant Professor in Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Baylor College of Medicine and has expertise in the delivery of evidence-based psychotherapy via telemental health and the development and testing of technology-based behavioral interventions.

Presentation(s):

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Terri Barrera

Research Psychologist
Veterans Affairs

Terri Barrera, PhD, is a clinical psychologist and research investigator with the South Central Mental Illness Research Education and Clinical Center at the Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center. Her research and clinical work is focused on the identification, assessment, and treatment of anxiety disorders, PTSD, and OCD. She is involved in a variety of interdisciplinary projects that aim to understand the mental health treatment needs of under-served Veterans and improve access to evidence-based mental health care. Dr. Barrera uses mixed qualitative and quantitative methods to evaluate the effectiveness and implementation of innovations in the delivery of evidence-based mental health care.

Presentation(s):

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Lindsey Martin

Research Health Science Specialist
Baylor College of Medicine

Lindsey Ann Martin, PhD is a medical anthropologist and qualitative methodologist in the Methodology and Statistics Core at the Houston Center for Innovations in Quality, Effectiveness & Safety (IQuESt). She works on several mental health research studies and quality improvement projects that employ qualitative methods to evaluate the effectiveness and implementation of evidence-based practices. Her broad skillset includes development of semi-structured open-ended interview guides, conducting open-ended interviews with health care providers and patients, participant and direct observation, ethnography, qualitative analyses (e.g., content, narrative, rapid qualitative analysis), and the Atlas.ti qualitative data management software program.

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