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Personalizing, Delivering and Monitoring Behavioral Health Interventions: An Annotated Bibliography of the Best Available Apps by Kanesha Simmons, MS, E’leyna Garcia, MS, Mary Katherine Howell, MS, and Sharlene Leong, MA

Personalizing, Delivering and Monitoring Behavioral Health Interventions: An Annotated Bibliography of the Best Available Apps by Kanesha Simmons, MS, E’leyna Garcia, MS, Mary Katherine Howell, MS, and Sharlene Leong, MA

Apps for mental health are advantageous in that they require minimal resources, are free or low cost, are highly portable, can be utilized with or without a therapist, and can provide instant intervention during a crisis. Additionally, mobile applications have the potential to reduce health disparities in terms of providing easy access, since a majority of patients with mental illness own mobile devices. 

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Behavioral Medicine and Psychology by Dr. Fabiana Franco

Behavioral Medicine and Psychology by Dr. Fabiana Franco

The medical advances of the 20th century were based on understanding human beings as biological machines. When we turn to the medical conditions that face us today, the machine is too complicated to approach in this way. In particular, modern medicine struggles with the profound connections between mental and physical health, between body and mind.

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