Teletherapy services are becoming increasingly common and accepted today. Individuals across practically all fields are opting for the benefits of increased access and convenience that it offers to both providers and clients. While teletherapy certainly has its benefits it also has a great deal of limitations and ethical issues that must be considered.
This program is designed to help participants better understand the ethical and practical considerations about teletherapy. This training will be practical and conversational in nature and will provide participants with concrete means in which to start or improve their teletherapy services. This presentation with focus on the use of teletherapy in both inpatient and outpatient settings.
Presenter will provide participants with an overview of teletherapy practices from the past to the present. Presenter will also discuss vital issues such as confidentiality, informed consent, and compliance with Louisiana rules and regulations. In addition the presenter will provide minimum technology standards recommended for the use of teletherapy from both a practical and an ideal stand point.
Approved for 3.0 clock hours in Telehealth; no NBCC credit is available for this workshop.
For more information or to register:
Ryan Forbes, LPC-S 318-433-9650 or email@example.com