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Korean Journal of Clinical Psychology - Vol. 39 , No. 4 , pp.325-354
ISSN: 2733-4538 (Online)
publication date 30 Nov 2020
Received 25 Oct 2020 Revised 30 Oct 2020 Accepted 30 Oct 2020
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15842/kjcp.2020.39.4.007

Post–COVID-19 시대의 mHealth 기반 심리치료
이수은 ; 신혜민 ; 허지원
고려대학교 심리학과

mHealth for Mental Health in the COVID-19 Era
Soo-Eun Lee ; Hyemin Shin ; Ji-Won Hur
Department of Psychology, Korea University, Seoul, Korea
Correspondence to : Correspondence to Ji-Won Hur, Department of Psychology, Korea University #115, College of Law Annex (Old Law Bldg.), 145 Anam-ro, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul, Korea; E-mail: j_hur@korea.ac.kr

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신종 코로나 바이러스 감염에 대한 경계와 사회적 거리두기 지침이 일상의 ‘뉴 노멀(new norm)’로 자리잡으며 전세계적으로 정신건강문제가 대두되고 있다. 특히 신종 감염병으로 개인의 경제적 활동과 대면 진료 및 거리 이동이 제한되고 있는 바, 악화된 경제 및 물리적 상황을 극복하기 위한 시도로 원격의료(telemedicine)와 모바일 헬스(mHealth)에 대한 요구가 증대되고 있다. 본 고찰 연구에서는 그간 학술 문헌을 통해 제안된 mHealth 기반 정신건강 서비스를 우울장애, 불안장애, 강박 및 관련 장애, 외상 및 스트레스 관련 장애, 양극성 및 관련 장애, 조현병 스펙트럼 및 기타 정신병적 장애, 섭식장애, 수면-각성 장애, 물질사용장애에의 적용 순으로 살펴보았다. 또한, mHealth 기반 심리치료의 선택과 평가, 개발과 관련한 시사점과 앞으로의 방향성에 대해 논의하였다.


With the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, social distancing and constant vigilance against infection have become the “new norm”. Not surprisingly, multiple mental health problems arising during the pandemic are of increasing global concern. Telemedicine or mHealth is being more highlighted than ever during this major ongoing global health and economic crisis. This review aims to explore current mHealth approaches introduced in the scientific literature for mental illnesses including depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive and related disorders, trauma- and stressor-related disorders, bipolar and related disorders, schizophrenia spectrum and other psychotic disorders, eating disorders, sleep-wake disorders, and substance-related disorders. Implications for the choice of use, evaluation, and further development of mHealth interventions are also discussed to harness mHealth as an alternative or augment to traditional mental health services.

Keywords: COVID-19, coronavirus, mHealth, telemedicine, mental health apps
키워드: COVID-19, 코로나바이러스, mHealth, 원격 의료, 정신건강 어플리케이션


This study was supported by a faculty research grant from the College of Liberal Arts at Korea University in 2019.

Author contributions statement

SL and HS, graduate students at Korea University and JH, associate professor at Korea University, collected and reviewed the literature, and wrote the manuscript. JH also served as the principal investigator of the research grant and supervised the research process. All authors provided critical feedback, participated in the manuscript's revision, and approved the final submission.

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