SUMMARY: This review provides a summary and critique of the empirical research focused on psychological services provided to children and adolescents using three technology media (i.e., videoconferencing, Internet, and telephone). The evidentiary support for providing services with each of these media for a range of concerns is encouraging.
SUMMARY: Psychiatric interviews conducted by telepsychiatry appear to be generally reliable, and patients and clinicians generally report high levels of satisfaction with telepsychiatry.
SUMMARY: Online counseling: The Internet and mental health treatment.
SUMMARY: Ethical standards for internet online Counseling.
SUMMARY: Applying technology to online counseling: Suggestions for the beginning e-therapist.
SUMMARY: The scope of WebCounseling: A survey of services and compliance with NBCC standards for the ethical practice of WebCounseling.
SUMMARY: Suggested principles of professional ethics for the online provision of mental health services.
SUMMARY: Suggested principles for the provision of mental health services.
SUMMARY: Standards for the ethical practice of WebCounseling.
SUMMARY: Internet counseling: Trends, applications, and ethical issues.
SUMMARY: Ethical issues in internet counseling. Counselling Psychology Quarterly.
SUMMARY: Online counselling: Learning from writing therapy.
SUMMARY: Thus far, research findings indicate that online counseling may be beneficial for clients who do not have easy access to traditional face-to-face therapy.
SUMMARY: The Use of Technology in Mental Health: Applications, Ethics and Practice.