Session will review the current laws and rules in Louisiana with respect to using Teletherapy when the provider and/or the client is physically located within another state. Regional state policies will also be discussed, along with emergency situations such as regional weather evacuations and the use of teletherapy. This course will also count as ethics.
Session will explore the scholarship on conducting assessments and mental status exams using teletherapy. Participants will gain understanding and experience with diagnosing mental health issues via teletherapy, in both individual and family constellations. Presenters will discuss risk management strategies in the event of mental health emergencies while using teletherapy. This course will count as Assessment and Diagnosis.
Teletherapy with multiple concurrent participants presents several distinct challenges and opportunities. This session will explore these concepts, and identify skills for managing multiple participants in teletherapy, who may either be together in person on one device, or apart from each other on multiple devices. Examples will also include managing play, family, and couples therapy scenarios. This course will credit as general MFT.
The University of Holy Cross has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 4268. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. The University of Holy Cross is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
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