Blog posts with the tag "Technology"

Staff Perspective - Call 988

Dr. Libby Parins

Since 1968 Americans have known to call 911 during emergencies to activate either the police, fire department, or emergency medical response. When my own house caught fire in late 2019, as I ran to find a garden hose in the dark, I yelled to my then 15 year old son, “call 911.” It’s a phrase so ingrained in our American psyche that we instinctively know to activate that response in our times of panic, fear, and need. But each year millions of 911 calls are made due to issues related to emotional distress or mental health problems for which police, fire, rescue, and EMS services are not always the optimal responders. 

Staff Perspective: Navigating CBTI Treatment Options - Do We Need Providers Anymore?

Dr. Carin Lefkowitz

The interest in virtual treatment options has never been stronger than it is right now. Not only are virtual treatment options more convenient in regards to time and location, but they also mitigate the risk of exposure in the era of COVID-19. Unsurprisingly, research and scholarly writing in the areas of telehealth and mobile apps has skyrocketed in the past two years. This has included interest in flexible treatment options for insomnia disorder. 

Staff Perspective: What’s Ahead at the CDP in 2022?

It’s that time where we all reflect on 2021 (what a year!) and prepare for the year ahead. For me that also involves the routine, yet important task of renewing my professional insurance. A key element in that renewal process is to review the continuing education trainings I’ve completed. As I reflect on these professional activities, it also stirs excitement about things to come. Below I will share several new and continuing initiatives within CDP. As you professionally wrap up 2021 and move into 2022, use this blog as a guide to highlight CDP events of interest.

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