TELESERVICE DELIVERY: CLINICAL, ETHICAL AND OPERATIONAL PERSPECTIVES

This course should count for continuing education credits for those who are certified for tele-counseling.

COVID-19 has rapidly changed the service delivery of substance use disorders and mental illness to accommodate the needs of target populations.  This new world brings with it a series of ethical landmines, clinical challenges and operational shifts.  This training will explore the latest regulatory requirements around teletherapy practice while exploring ways to successfully engage individuals using a virtual platform. Attendees will explore preliminary statistics regarding the user experience, impact on recovery and how to best satisfy the requirements of regulatory

2.0 CE’s for:

  • CHES (Certified Health Education Specialist)
  • DMH – Licensed Administrator
  • DMH – Community Support Specialist
  • DMH – Mental Health Therapist
  • DMH – Peer Support Specialist
  • DMH – Prevention Specialist
  • MAAP (Mississippi Association of Addiction Professionals)
  • NBCC/LPC (National Board for Certified Counselors)
  • SW (Social Work) *counts for ethics hrs.

Educational Objectives

Objectives

After completion of this course, the participant will be able to:

  • Explore Mississippi and federal regulations around telehealth requirements.
  • Review the challenges and opportunities around virtual patient care from both a clinical and regulatory standpoint.
  • Assess ways to use this model of treatment to reach formerly unavailable populations (rural areas devoid of SUD/MI treatment).
  • Discuss interdisciplinary collaboration to ensure whole-person care while engaging with clients virtually.

Cost

$25

Presenter

Scott Luetgenau, MSW, LCAS

Location

Zoom

Date

Jan. 14, 2022

Time

9:00 am - 12:30 am

Cost

$25

Presenter

Scott Luetgenau, MSW, LCAS

Location

Zoom