Issues and perspectives in cyberpsychology and clinical cyberpsychology: History, concepts, and influences of digital tools on mental life.
Mental disorders associated with emerging technologies: Cyberaddiction, cyberstalking, cybersexualities, hikikomori, and patients connected to medical devices.
Psychotherapies assisted by digital tools: Video games, virtual reality, robots, and online clinical practices.
Cyberpsychology aims to understand the psychic processes involved when humans interact with technological tools, as well as their use in a clinical and therapeutic setting.
The first part of this manual presents the history of the discipline and its main concepts. The second part proposes to understand the psychic disorders which can result from the use of technologies and gives tools to deal with them. The third part presents the use of emerging technologies in psychotherapies.
She explores the psychic processes that unfold there and the new modalities of relationship between therapists and connected patients. The reader will find in this manual, designed to be easy to access and use, numerous examples, clinical inserts which illustrate theory and practice, and a summary at the end of each chapter.