Telehealth service delivery models for clinical supervisory practices have become increasingly popular in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Telehealth provides increased opportunities to enhance care and training for unlicensed professionals without the potential for COVID-19 exposure, geographic, and/ or time/scheduling barriers. As technology and increased frequency of telehealth supervisory practices advances, this raises for consideration ethical challenges. This workshop, Ethical Considerations for Telehealth Supervision, will examine ethical concerns when implementing telehealth clinical supervision; focus on fostering professional competence through case conceptualization and supervision-based practice; review Louisiana telehealth and supervision guidelines; and provide practical strategies to facilitate engaging telehealth supervision sessions with unlicensed clinicians.
Attendees will explain ethical practices when using technology to facilitate counselor supervision.
Attendees will identify 3 strategies to engage participants in telehealth facilitated clinical supervision.
Attendees will analyze and discuss one telemental health clinical supervision case study.
Attendees will articulate five key teletherapy and supervision guidelines as mandated by the Louisiana Board of Professional Counselors.
This workshop is approved for 3.0 CE clock hours; NBCC credit is not available for this program.
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