This 4 CE hour workshop provides practical information on delivering asynchronous and synchronous telemental health services via technology-assisted media. This review of the complexities of distance counseling will include the following:
- History & Advantages
- Ethical Guidelines
- Basic & Necessary Skills
- Crisis Intervention in the Distance Environment
- PC Compact Post-COVID Information
- Georgia Telemental Health Rule 135-11-.01
This course is for Licensed Professional Counselors, Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists, and Psychologists using technology-assisted media.
**NOTE: A total of 6 CE hours is needed to meet the Georgia minimum requirements for telemental health counseling. This workshop provides 4 of 6 hours.
NBCC Clock Hours: 4
Each 50 - 60 minute training module (1 CE hour each) is followed by a brief knowledge acquisition assessment, which must be passed at 80% proficiency before moving on to the subsequent module. Your certificate will be granted upon successful completion of all modules. Partial CE credit cannot be granted.
OVERVIEW: Telemental Health: Breaking Geographical Boundaries
MODULE 1: History, Advantages, & Disadvantages
MODULE 2: Ethical Issues & Guidelines
MODULE 3: Basic & Necessary Skills
MODULE 4: The PC Compact & the Georgia TMH Rule
MODULE 5: Goodness of Fit & Crisis Intervention
About this course
- 3.5 hours of video content