Many clinicians do not realize the complexities and considerations related to working with clients via telehealth that vary from traditional in-person services. In recent times, many of us have found ourselves offering telehealth services for the first time with little, or no, training and support. Whether it is due to geographical constraints, lack of transportation, convenience, or being ordered to stay home during a pandemic, clinicians can provide effective services via telehealth modalities. As it is considered to be clinically as effective as in-person services, this presentation will cover some basics of providing telehealth services through video.
Upon conclusion of this program, participants should be able to...
1. Identify aspects related to telehealth to include in Informed Consent
2. Learn best practices related to getting set up, providing services, and alternative modalities when video fails or is not available
This training is designed for professional counselors, school counselors, social workers, marital and family therapists, psychologists, addiction counselors, case managers, nurses, and other health care professionals.
To obtain the certificate of completion for the 1.25 clock hours (1.5 CE hours) associated with this online recorded program, the participant will need to purchase the online training, view the entire video, review the provided resources and documents then email a completed post-test and optional evaluation to firstname.lastname@example.org. Participants passing the post-test with a minimum score of 70% will receive a certificate of completion.
The content of this event may meet requirements for most national, state, and local licensing boards and professional organizations. Be sure to print the event description and submit with your certificate of attendance to your professional board for consideration. For rules governing continuing education, participants should contact their respective regulatory boards.
Kansas Behavioral Sciences Regulatory Board does not require pre-approval of CE programs and does not even offer an approval process for most professions. They will consider CE programs that cover content specific to each profession's practice, skills, ethics, and knowledge. Additional information is provided on their website under each profession, typically in the FAQ sections.
Missouri Division of Professional Registration does not require continuing education providers or programs to be approved prior to the event. They will accept continuing education that is relevant to each profession (i.e. for professional counselors content must be primarily related to counseling, for psychologists content must be mostly psychological, and so on). Additional information is provided on their website.