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The list below is the mental health app reviews for researchers. We would particularly appreciate your letting us know which of these you recommend or avoid — and why. As you can see below, our list has room to grow!
Please see our other mental health app review blog entries for Consumers and Telemental Health Practitioners. As a researcher you may also be interested in reading this article about how mHealth technology is being used to decrease stress.
- APA Journal – FREE
- Papers (i.e., PubMed) – $14.99
- QuickReader (eBook Reader) – $4.99
- Connected by Nicholas Christakis and James Fowler
- The End of Stress as We Know It by Bruce McEwen
- Why Zebras don’t get Ulcers by Robert Sapolsky
- Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience by by Mihaly Csikszenhihalyi
- Evocative Objects by Sherry Turkle
Mental Health App: Please Help This Effort
Introduction to Telehealth Theory & Practice
Enjoy a fast-moving overview of telebehavioral and telemental health. Understand the key points related to telehealth clinical, legal, ethical, technology, reimbursement, social media and other pivotal issues.
Using Apps for Clinical Care? 5 Steps to Legal, Ethical, Evidence-Based Mental Health Apps
Clients and patients rely on psychotherapists to suggest apps for their care. Although many practitioners report using apps in their clinical practice, few have received specific training to select, implement and monitor the use of apps in clinical care.