A Practitioner's Guide to Telemental Health: How to Conduct Legal, Ethical, and Evidence-Based Telepractice
Author: David D. Luxton, PhD, Eve-Lynn Nelson, PhD, and Marlene M. Maheu, PhD
Course Created: 2016
Practice Level: Intermediate
David D. Luxton, PhD, Eve-Lynn Nelson, PhD, and Marlene M. Maheu, PhD
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As telecommunication technologies have become more sophisticated and affordable, they have expanded opportunities for behavioral and mental health professionals to provide quality care. Telemental health now encompasses the full range of services, including assessment, treatment delivery, psychoeducation, supervision, and consultation.
Many of the skills needed for competent telepractice are the same as those provided in conventional in-office care. However, physical distance, as well as technology itself, can create challenges to safe and ethical practice.
This practical guide focuses on conducting psychological services with videoconferencing as the primary platform. Whether offering telepractice as an add-on or as the primary mode of care delivery, mental health professionals will find this course an essential resource for getting started.
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- Describe the history of telemental health
- Discuss ethical issues unique to telemental health
- Explain the benefits of telemental health
- Discuss safety planning for telemental health
- Concepts, Principles, and Benefits of Telemental Health
- Overview of Telemental Health Technologies
- Ethical, Legal, and Other Risk Management Considerations
- Establishing a Telemental Health Practice
- Safety Planning and Emergency Management
- Providing Direct Clinical Care
- Conducting Psychological Assessments During Telemental Health
- Telesupervision and Training in Telepractice
- Ethical Telepractice With Diverse Populations
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