CTiBS Blog

June 19, 2023

CTiBS proudly awarded the first annual CTiBS Early Career Telehealth and Technology Grant to two deserving early career professionals. Congratulations to Brittany J. Bice-Urbach, PhD and Brittany G. Suggs, PhD, MPH, LPC. Please see more details below regarding their early career efforts in advancing competent telebehavioral health practices. Brittany J. Bice-Urbach, PhD Biography Brittany Bice-Urbach, […]

June 7, 2023

Take a look at this Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science (JTiBS) article examining telesupervision practices within healthcare published by Perle and Zheng (2023). Introduction The COVID-19 pandemic has led many professions to reflect on the appropriate use of technology within supervision and training. This article highlights special considerations for supervisory practices around technology within […]

March 30, 2023

Take a look at this Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science (JTiBS) article examining the impact of social comparison and Facebook addiction on mental health outcomes.  This recently published study by Lourdes Salaum Casingcasing and colleagues hypothesized that addiction and social comparison would be predictive of negative mental health outcomes and higher social networking site […]

Take a look at this Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science (JTiBS) article examining how we measure the quality of the working from home (WFH) experience. This recently published study by Federici and colleagues acknowledges the likely expansion of opportunities to work from home following the COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, it acknowledges the heterogeneity of WFH […]

March 19, 2020

The spread of COVID-19 and need for social distancing have created a call for an increase in telehealth services. To assist those new to telehealth (and telebehavioral health specifically), as well as provide more advanced telebehavioral practitioners additional resources, CTiBS has created a COVID-19 Resource section on our website. These pages can be accessed from […]

December 20, 2019

We are excited to let you know that Telebehavioral Health: Foundations in Theory and Practice for Graduate Learners has officially launched. This new graduate textbook is based on the CTiBS Telebehavioral Health competency framework (the newest version of that article is available here), published in 2017 by Springer Nature in the CTiBS journal known as the Journal for […]

December 17, 2019

Telebehavioral Health: Foundations in Theory and Practice for Graduate Learners provides readers with a comprehensive overview of telebehavioral health, including definitions and concepts, the benefits and barriers associated with practice, and an interprofessional framework for telebehavioral health competencies. The competencies outlined help readers develop an engaged, ethical, and effective telebehavioral health practice. The book discusses […]

December 3, 2019

Posted with permission from Pat Deleon, Ph.D. Visionary Ken Drude has been on the cutting-edge of psychology’s increasing awareness of the long-term implications of telehealth for the clinician and most importantly, for potential clients.  Most recently, he has urged our colleagues to also appreciate the importance of their Continuing Professional Development (CPD) profiles and especially […]

In keeping with the 2014 CTiBS Telebehavioral Health Competency Task Force agenda, the task force has written a series of telebehavioral health (TBH) competency-related publications, including an interprofessional telebebehavioral health competency rationale and framework, followed by a variety of peer-reviewed journal articles in a range of professional journals and books. Chair of the Task Force, Marlene Maheu PhD said, […]

The Coalition for Technology in Behavioral Science (CTiBS) is delighted to invite you to see the available topics in the current issue of the Journal for Technology in Behavioral Science (JTiBS). This leading journal was founded by CTiBS and is supported by Springer Nature. For information about submitting an article, visit: JTiBS submissions To serve […]