1 Hour | 1 CE
This on-demand professional training program on Tips for Tele-Mental Health Counseling is presented by Kelly Coker, Ph.D., in partnership with the Center for m²Health at Palo Alto University.
This program discusses preparing for conducting teletherapy sessions and practical considerations for the teletherapy environment. In addition, it identifies ways to navigate safety and confidentiality concerns.
This on-demand professional training program is intended for mental health and other allied professionals
This on-demand professional training program is appropriate for beginner, intermediate, and advanced level clinicians.
Upon completion of this program you will be able to:
Describe three steps to prepare for conducting teletherapy sessions
Describe practical considerations for setting up the teletherapy space and conducting the session
Describe ways to navigate safety and confidentiality concerns
Kelly Coker, PhD
Dr. Kelly Coker, Ph.D., is an associate professor in the Counseling Department at Palo Alto University and is a licensed professional counselor (#4490) in North Carolina. Kelly has conducted research and published findings in refereed journals related to substance abuse prevention and intervent...
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Center for m²Health at Palo Alto University
We are proud to partner with the Center for m²Health at Palo Alto University for this training. The Center for m²Health's goal is to develop, evaluate, and implement mobile mental health technologies to help provide affordable, accessible, and evidence-based mental health care to populations worldwide. They provide populations around the world with transdiagnostic screening tools alongside personalized and guided programs for anxiety, traumatic stress, depression, eating disorders, stress, substance abuse, and suicide prevention. In order to implement these effective programs worldwide, they also provide training to clinicians and work with leading institutions in other countries.