First Edition. - Washington, DC : American Psychological Association, 
Book — 1 online resource.
Introduction / Linda F. Campbell, Fred Millán, and Jana N. Martin
Competence of the psychologist / Sara Smucker Barnwell, Russell McCann, and Stephen McCutcheon
Standards of care in the delivery of telepsychology services / Ronald S. Palomares
Informed consent / Margo Adams Larsen and Cindy Juntunen
Confidentiality of data and information / Julie M. Landry Poole and Bruce E. Crow
Security and transmission of data and information / Ronald S. Palomares and Thomas W. Miller
Disposal of data and information and technologies / Sara Smucker Barnwell and Margo Adams Larsen
Testing and assessment / Bruce E. Crow and Julie M. Landry Poole
Interjurisdictional practice / Stephen T. DeMers, Eric Harris, and Deborah C. Baker
Afterword / Linda F. Campbell, Fred Millán, and Jana N. Martin
Appendix: guidelines for the practice of telepsychology.
This casebook provides practical recommendations on a range of issues associated with electronic-based mental health care. From technologies as simple as the telephone to more advanced webcams and mobile device applications, psychologists are increasingly using technology in their work - a practice known as telepsychology. Telepsychology allows clinicians to conduct remote therapy sessions, supplement in-person sessions with resources and follow-up care, collect and store client data, and more.The book's recommendations draw from the Guidelines for the Practice of Telepsychology, which were created jointly by the American Psychological Association, the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards, and the American Insurance Trust. Each chapter presents a guideline, explains how it relates to professional ethics and standards of care, and applies it to case examples. The richly nuanced case examples depict a broad range of dilemmas that psychologists may encounter when conducing telepsychology, as well as a broad range of settings, including hospitals, community health centers, private practice, industrial/organizational settings, forensic settings, academia, military, and veterans' centers. Whatever setting you practice in, you will find guidance for applying technology effectively, legally, and ethically. (source: Nielsen Book Data)