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Conducting Ethical Telemental Health Practice: An Intensive 9-hour TMH Skill Building Program

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Conducting Ethical Telemental Health Practice: An Intensive 9-hour TMH Skill Building Program 

Live streamed to your home or office

Session Description:

Presenting a two-day conference, comprised of 9 hours of learning in Telemental Health, to provide the mental health clinician with a powerful learning experience for a key competency in the era of the coronavirus crisis. From key ethical considerations of telemental health practice to all the steps and stages of telemental health services, this course will provide a solid overview of how to engage in ethical telemental health practice.

 

Course Objectives Day One

  1. Utilize the key legal, ethical and clinical knowledge base and skill sets that must be part of the active vocabulary of any clinician who wishes to engage in telemental health services.

  2. Mitigate the ethical complexities within telemental health approaches to managing privacy and confidentiality, client safety, best practices / HIPAA compliant record keeping, and key resources, systems and structures needed for ethical practice

  3. Apply ethical decision making models to telemental health practice.

  4. Describe each of the different modalities for providing telemental health services and understand the indications and contraindications for the use of each modality.

  5. Mitigate the key complications related to the maintenance of confidentiality and privacy when operating in distance counseling formats.

Course Objectives Day Two 

  1. Resolve the special complexities of informed consent, client verification and establishing best practice client agreements when operating in distance counseling formats.

  2. Apply best practices forms and templates for clinical paperwork to accompany distance counseling formats.

  3. Develop the essential back-up resources and systems necessary to conduct ethical distance counseling services.

  4. Apply systematic approach to best practices in telemental health from point of first contact to point of termination.

  5. Apply best practices in crisis management when engaging in telemental health services.

  6. Utilize best practices forms and templates for effective telemental health practice

  7. Describe the key competencies of effective telemental health services.

  8. Understand the key clinical and ethical issues related to effective termination when using telemental health services.

  9. Select the telemental health model(s) that is best for you.

 

CEUs: 9 Category I Contact Hours 

Both Days (9:00 AM EST to 2:15 EST, 4.5 Contact Hours each day)

 

Instructors: Charlie Safford, LCSW; Ken Scroggs, LCSW, LPC, LMFT, CEAP, DCC 

 

Registration Fees - includes CE certificate (emailed after completion)

NASW Member       $150

Non-Member          $215

 

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: October 4, 2022

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