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Therapy Tidbits – March/April 2018

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Overview / Abstract:

Therapy Tidbits – March/April 2018 is a 1-hour online continuing education (CE) course comprised of select articles from the March/April 2018 issue of The National Psychologist, a private, independent bi-monthly newspaper intended to keep psychologists (and other mental health professionals) informed about practice issues. The articles included in this course are:

Teletherapy is the Future Norm - Discusses the importance of educating oneself about teletherapy and introduces a variety of teletherapy companies.

‘Housing First’ Reducing Homelessness - Introduces the book ‘Housing First’ and provides background information on the Housing First program of providing housing and support services for the homeless

Ethics of Technology and Clinician Responsibility - This article differentiates between the psychological testing and assessment of patients and highlights the dangers of relying on technology and the importance of the clinician’s expertise in the process.

Psychology Lags Behind Psychiatry in Health Integration Readiness - Provides an overview of the new initiative to train behavioral healthcare professionals to work in primary care practice.

ACA’s Likely Future Depends on Who’s Guessing - A brief update on the Affordable Care Act.

Consulting in Medical Settings Expands Practice - This course offers a description of a consulting liaison psychologist’s role in a medical setting and discusses the difficulties and rewards of taking on such a role.

Unique Peer Consultation Issues in Rural Alaska - The author highlights the need for developing connections with trusted peers, who can support the clinician living and working in a rural Alaskan community.

Psychotherapy and Counseling are Different - In a world where psychotherapy is declining and counseling is growing, Dr. Doane provides an important reminder of the difference between the two.

Therapists Vulnerable to Sexual Misconduct Accusations - This article reminds practitioners of the importance of having effective policies, practices and education in place to protect oneself against allegations of misconduct

ICD-11 to Include ‘Gaming Disorder’ - A brief description of ‘Gaming Disorder’ as described by The World Health Organization.

Course #11-19 | 2018 | 20 pages | 10 posttest questions

Expiration

Dec 31, 2028

Discipline(s)

Counselor CE, Psychology CE, Social Work CE

Format

Online

Cost

14

Credits / Hours

1

Accreditation

APA, NBCC, ASWB

Presenters / Authors / Faculty

Paula Hartman-Stein, PhD; Dana Beezley-Smith, PhD, et.al.

Keywords / Search Terms

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