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telehealth

Improving access to mental health care

May 28, 2019

As the stigma surrounding mental health decreases, demand for mental health care is on the rise. Carly McCord, PhD, licensed psychologist and director of Telebehavioral Health at Texas A&M, explains the role of technology in bringing quality mental health care professionals to all Texans.

Texas A&M is first university in Texas using telehealth to tackle opioid epidemic

May 8, 2019
New telehealth program will bring specialist and team-based health care to patients with opioid dependencies

Increasing rural residents’ access to mental health care

April 24, 2019
Telehealth Counseling Clinic continues to expand free mental health care access to medically underserved

Is spring fever real?

April 2, 2019
Self-care tips for your mental health during the springtime

Texas A&M University Health Science Center returned to SXSW

March 11, 2019
Experts from the Texas A&M University Health Science Center went to Austin to discuss the future of health care

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas supports launch of new rural health project with Texas A&M University

November 13, 2018
Joint project to identify and implement solutions to mitigate health care challenges in Texas’ rural communities

Texas A&M awarded HRSA Funding for telehealth mental services

September 27, 2018
Funding will increase mental health services for low-income residents in the Brazos Valley

At a distance: Telehealth and rural suicide risk assessment

August 27, 2018
Study finds 40 percent of rural clients contemplated suicide in the weeks before seeking counseling

Mending Mental Health Care With Telehealth Counseling Clinic

August 8, 2018
Helping to narrow the gap between mental health care needs and access to treatment, particularly in rural areas where the shortages are greatest

Going the extra mile: Reaching rural populations with telehealth

April 17, 2018
Telehealth Counseling Clinic utilizes technology to bring mental health care to underserved populations