Help-seeking literature clearly identifies stigma as one of the primary obstacles to receiving behavioral healthcare services for both military and civilian populations. While several recommendations to reduce stigma associated with psychological help-seeking exist, the development and use of digitally-based services is frequently promoted as a strategy. This blog will specifically review the digital delivery of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia to highlight key findings and resources.
Blog posts with the tag "Technology"
We all know the necessity of learning new things and professional development. However, it can be difficult to carve out time in one’s busy schedule to attend training, especially when that training may include the travel and other expenses.
In this video blog, Dr. Timothy Rogers welcomes you to the Snoozeum, CDP’s virtual museum of sleep disorders. The Snoozeum is built in Second Life, a virtual world that allows for an immersive experience. Your avatar (the character that represents you virtually) can explore information and exhibits 24/7.
This week we’d like to give a shout out to Dr. Kevin Holloway, CDP’s Director of Online Programs, who presented at this year’s Serious Play Conference at George Mason University. Dr. Holloway’s presentation, “Virtual Professional Training in Evidence-Based Psychotherapies, Gaming for Behavioral Health Providers,” served as the Healthcare Keynote for the conference. Additionally, Dr. Holloway also served as one of the panelist for the “What Have We Learned in the Last 10 Years and Where are Serious Games Headed Next?” presentation.