Technology is reshaping the behavioral healthcare landscape, and providers can utilize this technology to better engage with and care for their clients. Driven by their consumer experiences outside of a doctor’s office, the modern healthcare client is now seeking mobile-friendly digital solutions and tools for their behavioral health. Between chatbots, social media, mobile apps, health trackers, and more, the options can be overwhelming. Clinicians need to know which of these technologies will be adopted by clients during and in between appointments and create actual value for their practice.
In this 2-hour continuing education web conference, Brian Daly, PhD will explore how technology and client-generated data can help clinicians measure the progress of clients in treatment. Dr. Daly will also discuss how clinicians can work towards delivering measurement-based care that meets and exceeds client expectations.
Dr. Daly will discuss how providers can improve efficiency and client outcomes by integrating technology into their practice. Regardless of their current use of technology in their practice, this web conference can help providers become better informed of the rapidly growing intersection between digital technologies and behavioral health throughout the client journey.
This introductory instructional level web conference is designed to help clinicians:
Statement of program's accuracy, utility, and risks: The contents of this program are based primarily on the presenter's expertise and professional experience as well as various publications covering the intersection of technology and behavioral health. Some interpretation and analysis presented is made by the presenter, in consultation with knowledgeable colleagues and expert consultants. Statements about technology applications and solutions are according to the presenter’s understanding of existing technology at the time of the program. The presenter may not know how to apply all principles discussed to every technology type or product.
Declaration of conflicts of interest and commercial support: In addition to his role as associate professor in the department of psychology at Drexel University and a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Daly serves as the Head of Psychology at NeuroFlow, a digital health technology and analytics company. This program has no commercial support.
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Brian P. Daly, PhD is a licensed psychologist specializing in child and adolescent psychology. He is the Interim Department Head for the Department of Psychology at Drexel University. Dr. Daly is the former Director of Clinical Training at Drexel University, and a former Director of Training of an APA-Approved Clinical Psychology Pre-doctoral Internship program. Dr. Daly is the Head of Psychology at NeuroFlow.
Dr. Daly's areas of clinical interest include the assessment and delivery of evidence-based psychosocial interventions for children with chronic illness, emotional, behavioral, or social problems, or learning issues. Dr. Daly's areas of interest in research include prevention and resiliency in urban youth, school mental health promotion, evidence-based psychosocial interventions for youth, clinical and health psychology, assessment and treatment of children with chronic illness, assessment of trauma in youth, and adolescent risk behaviors.