Therapeutic Uses of the WebCam in Child Psychiatry
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The authors provide examples for the use of the WebCam as a therapeutic tool in child psychiatry, discussing cases to demonstrate the application of the WebCam, which is most often used in psychiatry training programs during resident supervision and for case presentations.
Six cases illustrate the use of the WebCam in individual and family therapy.
The WebCam, used during individual sessions, can facilitate the development of prosocial skills. Comparing individual WebCam video sessions can help to evaluate the effectiveness of medication and progress in therapy.
The WebCam has proven to be useful in psycho-education, facilitating communication, and treating children and families. The applications of this technology may include cognitive-behavioral therapy, dialectical-behavioral, and group therapy.
KeywordsVirtual Reality Social Skill Academic Psychiatry Child Psychiatry Pervasive Developmental Disorder
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