Telemental Health Counseling and Supervision: What We Have Learned in the Last Few Years-A Panel Discussion
The Covid-19 pandemic changed the perception of distance counseling and supervision from that of avant-garde practice to that of mainstream necessity. This panel presentation, comprised of leaders, researchers, and clinicians in this area, seeks to explore areas of growth in distance counseling and supervision as well as ethical, legal, and practical considerations that impact the abilities of mental health providers to deliver quality services via technology.
- Participants will be able to: utilize the ethical and legal considerations related to distance counseling and supervision.
- Participants will be able to: apply the practical and technological considerations to professional practice and supervision.
- Participants will be able to: identify potential pitfalls and ways to avoid them as well as best practices.
North American Society of Adlerian Psychology (NASAP) Annual Conference
College of Arts and Sciences
Williamson, D., Nivin Williamson, J., Sperry, J., Belangee, S., Kern, E., Bluvshtein, M., & Sneed, C. (2022, May 26-29). Telemental health counseling and supervision: What we have learned in the last few years-A panel discussion [Conference session]. 70th Annual North American Society of Adlerian Psychology (NASAP) Conference, Alexandria, VA, United States.