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Opinion: Teletherapy has come a long way

October 13, 2022
By Ghalia Shamayleh

Woman sits at desk and uses laptop to make a video call with her therapist, she waves at laptop while wearing headphones. Two hands hold a smart phone that displays a mental health application with a graphic of a woman meditating, a man standing with his arms wide open, and a checklist. Technology allows therapy to be offered from a distance by facilitating communication with mental health professionals or through mental health applications. | Created on Canva.

This op-ed by Ghalia Shamayleh, a doctoral candidate in marketing and Public Scholar, is about the digitization of therapy and the impact of technology on the therapy experience. This article was published on October 10 as part of the Public Scholar program in collaboration with the Montreal Gazette.

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