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HealthComU Twitterview with Dr. Russ Morfitt of Learn to Live

By May 13, 2015 HealthComU Twitter Chat
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On Friday, May 22, 2015, HealthComU observed Mental Health Awareness Month by hosting an interview with Dr. Russ Morfitt of Learn to Live on Twitter. The interview covered the role of online programs in addressing mental health issues, Dr. Morfitt’s tips on tech start-up’s for those in the health care industry, and hot topics in mental health.

Dr. Russell Morfitt, Learn to Live co-founder and chief psychology officer, has almost 20 years of experience using cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to successfully treat patients. He also manages the CBT Center, a specialty anxiety clinic he founded in Minnesota, and speaks frequently at colleges and universities. Dr. Morfitt has been involved in the development of Internet–delivered CBT for social anxiety, depression, stress, and generalized anxiety since 2006. He is also a founding member of the International Society for Research on Internet Interventions. Dr. Morfitt holds a Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota—one of the premier psychology programs in the country.

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