This paper explores the triumphs and challenges of providing free, integrative treatment to veterans and military families through secure video connections into their homes.
Two case studies of telemental health treatment conducted through the Greater NYC Military Family Consortium in conjunction with the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Center at NYU Langone Health in New York City illustrate the complexities and opportunities that emerge in the course of treatment, most of which was conducted remotely. The access to people's lives through a portal adds new wrinkles to evidence-based practice in military settings while underscoring the overall need to broaden a network of care in partnership with Veterans Affairs hospital (VAs), Vet Centers, and community providers to reach those who might otherwise not seek help.
Price, L. E., Noulas, P., Wen, L. and Spray, A., 2018. A portal to healing: Treating military families and veterans through telehealth. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 75(2), pp. 271-281.