Tagged with: Technology

Meeting the Needs of Kids in Crisis

Aubree Vance, Thomas Grieb, Megan Bryant, Annie Harrison, and Alex Brace from Small Talk in Lansing, Michigan

Above, left to right: Megan Bryant, Thomas Grieb, Aubree Vance, Annie Harrison, and Alex Brace in the room at Small Talk where, pre-pandemic, the multidisciplinary team would meet.   When… Continue Reading

Teleboxes for Telehealth

Paula Condol, seated, and Heidi Tupa, onscreen, demonstrate North Dakota's telemental health program.

Above: Dakota CAC Executive Director Paula Condol, MS, LPCC, (seated) and Red River CAC’s Heidi Tupa, MSW, LICSW, (onscreen) demonstrate how the telehealth system works.   Long before the pandemic… Continue Reading

What’s Next for Telemental Health?

For Michelle Miller, NCA’s mental health project coordinator, her proudest moment from 2020 was seeing our field come together in a crisis, everyone mobilizing at once to keep services available… Continue Reading

Trauma Treatment via Tele-health: Reaching Underserved Children in South Carolina

A young girl holding a computer demonstrates how a child could use a computer to interact with a doctor.

The use of tele-health services—providing therapy over a computer—is changing the landscape of mental health and providing more opportunities to disseminate evidence-based treatments to underserved communities. CAC professionals in South… Continue Reading

Turning a Tech Talk into a ’Nology Walk

A photo of three old VHS tapes.

When I sat down to write this post, I had just returned home from visiting a child advocacy center after training their team on a new cloud-based video management solution…. Continue Reading

The Aftermath Of Sextortion

Co-authored by Janis Wolak, Senior Researcher, University of New Hampshire Crimes Against Children Research Center Sextortion—threats to expose sexual images—can spark life-altering crises in the lives of young people. A new… Continue Reading