Dos and Don’ts of Telehealth
2 hour Continuing Education Opportunity
Throughout the last several years, providers have taken part in countless hours of telehealth. Most hours have been wildly successful and helpful to clients. Some hours have come with learning lessons that have become essential in understanding best practices in telehealth.
Presenters are American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Approved Supervisor, Megan Bayles Bartley, LMFT, and two therapists at The Mindfulness Center: Ashley Vaden, LMFT and Rob Giltner, LMFT.
This collaborative learning environment is meant to highlight and encourage the provider’s strengths, instincts, and intuition while taking telehealth regulations into account. It is also meant to be light, playful, and entertaining. Time for self study by the participant (reading through the rules on your own!) to stay updated with the rules is built into the overall presentation time.
The training will include dynamic presentation, interactive discussion, reading, and reflection.
Participants are encouraged to review their licensure and association codes of ethics for this training.
Objectives for Course:
- Identify appropriate and inappropriate telehealth conduct and scenarios presented by clients
- Identify appropriate and inappropriate telehealth conduct and scenarios presented by therapists
- Identify telehealth regulations that correspond with appropriate and inappropriate telehealth conduct and scenarios
The 1.5-clock-hour (2 CEU) training is a self-paced video course and includes the following agenda and content with no set breaks. Please allow for 15 minutes of reading through your licensure board’s regulations before or after the video course.
Introduction Video: Welcome and Intention Setting for the Instruction of the Day
Module 1: Telehealth Scenarios Presented by the Client
Modules 2: Telehealth Scenarios Presented by the Provider
Module 3: Integration