Mobile Applications in Behavioral Health: Evidence Base and Clinical Use

Not sure which app is appropriate for you to recommend as a professional? Gain valuable insight on choosing and using mobile health apps by spending an hour with some of the profession’s leaders in best practices related to technology. Join these telehealth and technology experts for this apps webinar to learn about the clinical value of mobile apps, and how they can provide useful patient information, give patients immediate feedback, further treatment goals, promote engagement and more. Mobile applications have exploded in popularity, and it’s imperative that present behavioral health content in a format that caters to potential users.

Presenters: David Cooper, PsyD. Mobile Applications Lead, National Center for Telehealth and Technology (T2); Myron Pulier, MD, Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Rutgers New Jersey College of Medicine and a member of the Telehealth Institute’s App Review group
Moderator: Marlene Maheu, PhD, Founding President & CEO of the Coalition for Technology in Behavioral Science (CTiBS) and Executive Director, TeleMental Health Institute, Inc., and Arizona State University.

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More About this Apps Webinar

Discover the clinical value of apps while gaining useful information. In just one hour, this webinar will present resources for you as a clinician, researcher, policy developer, educator or student and are seeking the right behavioral app for the right purpose. The presenters will explore key qualities relevant to the clinical utility of apps including safety, validity, relevance to particular goals, effectiveness, usability, interoperability, engagement and comparison with alternative apps. You will gain valuable insight into the do’s and dont’s of using apps with a variety of clinical populations.

This program is sponsored as a collaborative project between the Coalition for Technology in Behavioral Science (CTiBS) and the American Psychological Association (APA).


Wayne Roffer, PsyD
Wayne Roffer, PsyD

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