Ethics and Effectiveness in the Age of Social Distancing

| April 10, 2020

At a time when the need for your help is greater than ever, and you are already dealing with all the adjustments in your own life, the demand to switch to a phone or web based therapy setting can feel overwhelming. Dedicated FIT practitioners everywhere are questioning how to safely and responsibly work with clients, now that in-person has been so drastically altered.

Over the past few weeks my colleagues and I have been focused on creating support resources to help Feedback-Informed Practitioners, and their clients, adapt to this new era of social distancing. 

Initial posts focused on instructional videos created specifically to help therapists and clients use the Outcome and Session Rating Scales from home: Telehealth options for Feedback-Informed Practitioners and ORS & SRS Telehealth Support 

Now, that everyone has started ‘zooming’ I see new questions of effectiveness and ethics emerging. If you are new to Telehealth, our colleagues at PESI have created a special package to support you, filled with best practices, case studies, and treatment adaptations for working virtually. Providing the education you need to confidently and competently offer safe, effective Telehealth services to your clients. Not only will you be able to work with clients without leaving your home, you’ll also…

  • Gain access to remote clients, or those practicing social distancing
  • Become a Certified Clinical Telemental Health Provider AND a Certified Clinical Anxiety Treatment Professional
  • Get tools to grow your practice in troubling economic times

Interested? Find out more or register today to take advantage of  today’s deeply discounted registration!

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