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I.T. and Mental Health, Online Counselling

  • Coyle, D., Matthews, M., Doherty, G. & Sharry, J. (2010). Engaging with mental health: a global challenge. Accepted paper and presentation for the WISH 2010 Workshop April 11, at CHI 2010, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
  • Doherty, G., Coyle, D. & Matthews, M. (2010). Design and Evaluation Guidelines for Mental Health Technologies, Interacting with Computers, 22(4), pp.43-252, 2010 DOI 10.1016/j.intcom.2010.02.006
  • Doherty, G., Coyle, D., Matthews, M. and Sharry, J. (2010). Client-Centered Design of Technology to Support Mental Health, Global Telemedicine and eHealth Updates, Med-e-Tel 2010, pp171 - 175, 2010.
  • M. Matthews and G. Doherty, In the mood: engaging teenagers in psychotherapy using mobile phones, to appear at ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2011).
  • Matthews, M. & Coyle, D. (2010) Therapeutic Computer Games in the Use of Technology in Mental Health: Applications, Ethics and Practice, Anthony, K., Nagel, D.M. & Goss, S. (Eds). Charles C. Thomas, Publisher: Springfield, IL.
  • Richards, D., Tangney, B. (2008) An informal online learning community for student mental health at university: a preliminary investigation. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 36(1) 1-17.
  • Richards, D. (2008) “The Future isn’t what it used to be” Technology in Counselling and Psychotherapy. Eisteach, 8(1) 8-12.
  • Richards, D., Timulak, L., Tone, Y., Rashleigh, C., Naughton, A., Flynn, D., et al. (2009). The experience of implementing, recruiting and screening for an online treatment for depression in a naturalistic setting. Counselling Psychology Review, 24(2), 52-63
  • Richards, D. (2009). Features and benefits of online counselling: Trinity College online mental health community. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 37(3), 231-242.

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