Telehealth & Technology

The National Center for Telehealth and Technology (T2) is a component center of the Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE) and part of the Military Health System (MHS). T2 was established as a DoD organization at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in 2008 from the Army Behavioral Health Technology Office (ABHTO) at Madigan Army Medical Center. T2 has an office in the National Capitol Region for coordination with DCoE and other DoD, VA and government agencies. 

The National Center for Telehealth & Technology is comprised of clinical psychologists, researchers, interactive designers, and technical specialists who develop behavioral health assessment, screening, reference, and treatment tools for the military community. 

Our mission is to lead the development of telehealth and technology solutions for psychological health and traumatic brain injury to improve the lives of the Nation’s Warriors, Veterans, and their Families. T2 seeks to identify, treat, and minimize or eliminate the short and long-term adverse effects of TBI and mental health conditions associated with military service. T2 partners with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and other organizations throughout the world. 

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The National Center for Telehealth & Technology (T2) designs, builds, tests, and evaluates available and emerging technologies to deploy in support of psychological health and traumatic brain injury recovery in the military community. Equally important is our work toward eradicating stigma that can deter people in the military from seeking help.

Comprised of clinical and research psychologists, web developers, interactive designers, and technical specialists, T2 develops a range of web-, mobile- and Virtual Reality-based assessment, monitoring and treatment tools. T2 also conducts quality research to evaluate existing and emerging technologies for efficacy. MORE >

T2’s Virtual PTSD Experience Receives Honors

T2’s Virtual PTSD Experience was awarded a 2012 Computerworld Laureate in the Emerging Technology category. 

The T2 Virtual PTSD Experience is an immersive, interactive learning experience to educate service members and other visitors about combat-related post traumatic stress disorder through simulated scenarios. 

To be nominated for the Computerworld Honors Program, the project must provide a significant benefit to society in one of 10 categories.  The project must address a social or humanitarian need and either alleviate or resolve it.  It must currently be in use and be demonstrating measurable results for its targeted beneficiaries.  The submission must also be new technology or a
technology applied in a new way.  Click here for more information on T2’s Virtual PTSD Experience.

Technology Projects

The Department of Defense Suicide Event Report (DoDSER) provides suicide surveillance for all branches of the military. This web application allows the military to capture detailed information about suicide events. The DoDSER is one of the primary sources of DoD-level suicide event data. MORE >

Telehealth Education and Training

T2 offers telemental health training and tools to provide military behavioral health clinicians and administrators with the essential clinical and technical skills required to clearly understand and effectively deliver telemental health services. T2 is the primary Department of Defense resource for integrating technology with psychology. MORE >

Spotlight on T2

News items that highlight the National Center for Telehealth and Technology (T2) activities, products and research.

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Featured Mobile Application

The Tactical Breather application can be used to gain control over physiological and psychological responses to stress. Through repetitive practice and training, anyone can learn to gain control of your heart rate, emotions, concentration, and other physiological and psychological responses to your body during stressful situations.   MORE >


Helpful Websites
Delivers content that helps returning service members, veterans, and their loved ones deal with the range of deployment-related emotional, physical, and relationship issues they face at home.
Potentially lifesaving information for people experiencing suicidal feelings, and people who suspect a friend or loved one may have such feelings. This site will put you in touch with people and info that can help you through the tough times.

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Military Kids Connect.  Lest not us for get about the kids.  Whether children, adult children or grandchildren of Vietnam veterans who had boots on the ground or today's warriors who have had and are having multiple deployments from the Gulf War, Iraq and Afghanistan.  Check out this very important link for today's kids.  Veterans concerned with issues from Vietnam should go to the Agent Orange site or VVA.

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