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Telebehavioral health services for those with eating disorders not only overcomes barriers to access but allows clients to receive treatment in their own environments and provides continuity of care.
Hear what it is like for an expert counselor, who specializes in working with clients who have been affected by difficult relationships, to provide psychotherapy online.
Dr. Marla Chalnick is a License Professional Counselor and Distance Credentialed Counselor (DCC) in North Carolina. She provides counseling via the phone and video conferencing to those with chronic illnesses.
Are you a behavioral health educator?
Can you effectively connect with students online?
Will students truly be prepared for providing behavioral health services after attending an online program?
In this interview, you will hear from Corinna Costello PhD, LCPC, ATR-BC, a seasoned faculty member, on what it is really like to educate behavioral health students online.
Interview with Dr. Christina Strayer, Ed.D, LPC, CCTP, AAT, NBCT, a Doctoral level Licensed Professional Counselor, a Certified Counselor in Trauma Procedures (CCTP) and trained in Animal Assisted Therapist (AAT). Dr. Strayer shares how she got started with telebehavioral health, how she uses her therapy pets during her psychotherapy sessions, and advice for other online therapists. You can contact Dr. Strayer at 919-901-5349
Scott Allen, president of 2MI Software Solutions, presents a demo of VPTherapy360. VPTherapy360 is a high-quality video conferencing program for behavioral health professionals, who offer online counseling via videochat.
Our interview with Christina Michelle Hamilton, M.A.Ed., LPC, NCC, ACS, DCC, an approved clinical supervisor, covers how telesupervision is practiced.
Telesupervision is known by different names: E-Supervision, Online Supervision, Virtual Supervision, Technology Assisted Clinical Supervision, Skype Clinical Supervision…. However, it is simply the practice of clinical supervision when the supervisor and the supervisee are at different locations and communicating electronically.
This interview covers the following questions:
How is telesupervison practiced?
Does telesupervison work?
Is telesupervision allowed?
What are the benefits and drawbacks of telesupervision?
Is telesupervison training helpful?
What are the boundaries of competence?
How to provide telesupervision for an organization
Two highly experienced clinicians share how they expanded their psychotherapy services by including online counseling. They share some great advice to those also wanting provide this option to their current and prospective clients.