Date of Award
Doctoral Research Paper
Graduate School of Professional Psychology
Terri M. Davis, Ph.D.
First Committee Member
Laura Meyer, Ph.D.
Second Committee Member
Jessica Bartley, Psy.D.
Third Committee Member
Thomas J. Barrett, Ph.D.
Telemental health, Telebehavioral health, Telehealth, Telepsychiatric, Behavioral health services, Needs assessment
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The purpose of this project was to conduct a needs assessment for a Telebehavioral Health Program at Aurora Mental Health Center (AuMHC) to determine how telebehavioral health aligns with the organization’s interests, needs, services, target population, and readiness for telebehavioral health services. This investigator used survey and content analysis methods to conduct this investigation. Findings of this assessment showed that both literature and existing programs at AuMHC were supportive of moving forward with telebehavioral health services. Considerations of AuMHC’s contextual conditions and recommendations for successful implementation are provided.
Wang, IWei, "Telebehavioral Health Program Needs Assessment Conducted at Aurora Mental Health Center" (2019). Graduate School of Professional Psychology: Doctoral Papers and Masters Projects. 361.