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One Screen, Many Faces: Creating Space For Working with Couples and Families Via Telehealth Webinar Banner

One Screen, Many Faces: Creating Space For Working
with Couples and Families Via Telehealth

Join us for a Live Webinar on September 13, 2022 from 1-2:30 pm EST
1.5 CE hours available for behavioral health clinicians

The effectiveness of telebehavioral health (TBH) has been documented for common presenting problems such as depression, anxiety, PTSD and trauma disorders, and substance use and abuse. In addition to the wide variety of presenting problems, TBh has been demonstrated to be effective for many different populations including those who are unable to access health care services due to their geography, those in rural areas, and military personnel. Conducting telebehavioral health (TBH) with more than one member of a relational system can be highly effective. On the other hand, working within TBH can also be fraught with limitations introduced by technology, varying locations of clients, and working with different developmental levels in one setting.

In this session, participants will be apprised of the benefits of multiple members in a session. This includes a focus on varied TBH strategies for working with members of a relationship system who are from different stages of development. Participants will also learn when it is appropriate to conduct TBH sessions with couples and families, and learn creative techniques for creating space for couples and families over TBH.

 Learning Objectives:

  • List the benefits of multiple members in family sessions.
  • Explain when it is appropriate to conduct relational sessions via TBH.
  • Use creative techniques for facilitating sessions with couples and families.

Dr. Hertlein is presenting two webinars in September 2022 - you can enroll in them individually or both as a bundle for a reduced price of $70.

Couples and Family Therapy 2 Webinar Bundle
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Katherine Hertlein
PhD

Dr. Hertlein earned her PhD at Virginia Tech and her master's degree from Purdue University Calumet. Across her academic career, she has published over 90 articles, 40 book chapters, and 12 books in the areas of couple therapy, infidelity, sex therapy, behavioral health, and the impact of technology on couple and and family relationships. Her contributions in sex therapy promote a paradigm shift in the treatment of sexual dysfunctions in couple relationships, are considered seminal texts, and used by couple and family therapy programs widely. Her contributions in the area of technology include the development of the core competencies for behavioral health which can be applied to all of the behavioral health disciplines, and the creation of the first comprehensive framework detailing the effect of technology on relationships which has been applied cross-culturally.

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