Tele-Counseling with Children, Adolescents, and Families


  • Pam Gershon, Doctoral Lecturer/Licensed Psychologist, Queens College
  • Jennifer Connell, student, Queens College
  • Brianna DeFronzo, Student, Queens College
  • Jennie Giangarra, student, Queens College
  • Zalmon Katanov, student, Queens College
  • Kathleen Lema, student, Queens College
  • Jessica Phillips, Student, Queens College


This poster examines the use of tele-counseling with children, adolescents, and families. The benefits of tele-mental health are discussed and potential ethical concerns are identified. Research on tele-counseling with children and adolescents through video-conferencing, telephone, chat, and online programs is presented. In addition, studies evaluating tele-counseling with parents via CBT and behavioral intervention are reviewed. Guidelines for school psychologists regarding specific practices that facilitate tele-counseling are highlighted.

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