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Computer Generated Avatars in Addiction Treatment Services. Terra Hamblin, Project Manager, National Frontier and Rural ATTC Jim Wallis, Vice President of Community Development, Preferred Family Healthcare

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Computer generated avatars in addiction treatment services

Computer Generated Avatars in

Addiction Treatment Services

Terra Hamblin, Project Manager, National Frontier and Rural ATTC

Jim Wallis, Vice President of Community Development, Preferred Family Healthcare

Jared Torbet, Program Director of Emerging Technologies, Preferred Family Healthcare

Kathy Hoppe, VP of Treatment Services, Preferred Family Healthcare


Computer generated avatars in addiction treatment services

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What would you say if you could

What would you say if you could…


Easily expand your treatment services

… easily expand your treatment services?


Help patients increase their knowledge about their chronic condition suds

…. help patients increase their knowledge about their chronic condition (SUDs)?


Connect your patients with other patients with similar conditions outside of the treatment provider

… connect your patients with other patients with similar conditions outside of the treatment provider?


Technology based interventions

Technology-Based Interventions


Computer generated avatars in addiction treatment services

Use of technology devices to deliver some aspects of psychotherapy or behavioral treatment directly to patients via interaction with a web-based program

DEFINITION

(Carroll & Rounsaville, 2010)


Computer generated avatars in addiction treatment services

To date, more than 100different computer-assisted therapy programs have been developed for a range of mental disorders and behavioral health problems

(Klein, et al., 2012; Marks et al., 2007; Moore, et al., 2011)

(Klein et al., 2012; Moore et al., 2011)


Tbis are flexible in their ability to provide automated and tailored information

TBIs are flexible in their ability to provide automated and tailored information

(Moyer & Finney, 2004/2005; Fotheringham et al., 2000)


Technology based behavioral health interventions

Technology-based Behavioral Health Interventions

  • may consist of text, audio, video, animations, and/or other forms of multimedia

  • use information from medical records,physiological data capture devices, or other sources

  • may be interactively customized, or tailored, to an individual user’s needs

(Aronson, Marsch, & Acosta, 2013)


Functions of tbis

Functions of TBIs


Enable anonymity

Enable anonymity

(Marsch, 2012)


Are cost effective

Are Cost Effective

(Marsch, 2012)


Transcend geographical boundaries

Transcend Geographical Boundaries

(Marsch, 2012)


Facilitate linkages to services in one s community

Facilitate Linkages to Services in One’s Community

(Marsch, 2012)


Computer generated avatars in addiction treatment services

(Marsch, 2012)


Tbis use of avatars in treatment

TBIs-Use of Avatars in Treatment


Computer generated avatars in addiction treatment services

  • Jim Wallis, MA Counseling, is Vice President of Community Development.

  • Jared Torbet, MEd, LPC, Director of Emerging Technologies program.

  • Kathy Hoppe, VP of Treatment Services


Computer generated avatars in addiction treatment services

  • Supporting Healthy Lifestyles


Computer generated avatars in addiction treatment services

Virtual services makes treatment a reality for individuals who are unable to access services otherwise


History of portal virtual services

History of Portal-Virtual Services

  • 2008 - Portal I (Missouri Foundation for Health Grant)

  • 2010 - Portal II (SAMHSA -Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration)

  • 2011 - Tobacco Cessation (Missouri Foundation for Health)

  • 2011 - Portal Plus(SAMHSA -Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration).

  • 2012 – Portal DWIAn educational program developed in cooperation with the Jefferson City, Missouri municipal court desiring to provide and educational program first time DWI offenders. 

  • 2013- 9th circuit Juvenile drug court program; Providing virtual services to juvenile drug court participants utilizing State funding


Portal virtual environment

Portal- Virtual Environment

  • Hosted on a private, protected server; HIPPA/42C.F.R. Part2 compliant.

  • Accessible from anywhere via the Internet by most computers and reliable high speed internet


Jared torbet avatar guide

Jared TorbetAvatar Guide


Computer generated avatars in addiction treatment services

Thank you

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