COVID-19 Resources for Psychologists

COVID-19 Resources for Psychologists

The American Psychological Association has compiled COVID-19 resources to ensure that the field of psychology is supported during an extraordinary time. The resources developed by APA to address the needs of psychologists and those served by the field have been replicated below, they are being spread widely and we encourage you all to do the same 🙂

Resources for Applied Psychologists

  • Ethical guidance for the COVID-19 era
  • Psychologists’ advice for remote workers

Telehealth Resources for Psychologists

Training in Digital Therapy

For training on Foundations in Digital Therapy, check out this self-paced, online, professional training program by Drs. Barr Taylor,  Alina Kurland, Shiri Sadeh-Sharvit, Josef Ruzek, Elsa Rojas-Ashe, and Joseph Bankman, at the Center for m²Health at Palo Alto University.

COVID-19 Resources for Psychologists

Technology has become an inherent part of modern psychological treatments. This course provides an overview of the use of digital tools and technology in therapy, including a discussion of the evidence base for integrated (“blended”) face-to face and technology-facilitated therapy, a review of different types of tools available for clinicians, and a discussion of ethical and other concerns about providing and using digital therapies. The course also includes information on the relevance of social media to clinical practice as well as empirically-supported strategies that can help engage clients in the use of digital therapy tools. Clinicians will also learn to identify the best tools to use for their particular clinical need and to introduce strategies for addressing client disengagement or non-adherence. Finally, the course includes discussions of relevant ethical and legal concerns. The aim of this course is to prepare clinicians to successfully integrate digital tools in their own clinical practice and, if desired, to seek additional, more specialized training in the use of digital tools.

Click here for more details on this training program.

 

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