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(p. 143) Integrating Technology into School-Based Interventions 

(p. 143) Integrating Technology into School-Based Interventions
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(p. 143) Integrating Technology into School-Based Interventions
Author(s):

Greg M. Muller

, Brian A. Zaboski

, and Diana Joyce-Beaulieu

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780197581384.003.0008
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date: 14 June 2021

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) was formulated well before the first cellphone hit the market, but computer- and smartphone-assisted applications are increasingly popular. Chapter 8 reviews the rationale for incorporating technology into CBT and the research supporting it. It includes detailed considerations for selecting mobile apps for behavior change, mindfulness, and therapy/self-help goals and offers advice on how to utilize them with students and teachers. Select apps are described in detail, along with their pros and cons and utility for specific presenting problems. The chapter concludes by acknowledging some limitations of mobile apps and presenting a case study that applies mobile apps in a school-based session.

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