Telepsychology CE Bundle (On-Demand)


On-Demand Webinars (Non-Sequence) – The Trust

Now you can get three of our most popular telepsychology on-demand webinars packaged together at a special rate! For many clinicians, COVID-19 has changed the way they interact with their patients. If you've started seeing patients virtually, or are considering it in the future, then this informative bundle is for you. 

Each course is presented by The Trust's experienced Telehealth Consultants, Dr. Margo Adams Larsen and Dr. Sara Smucker Barnwell, and provides nuts and bolts guidance of clinical applications and techniques, as well as emergency management and risk assessment strategies, and much more. Plus, Trust policyholders pay only $75 -- that's a 35% savings compared to our non-insured pricing!

As with all of our Continuing Education Programs, you'll earn CE for watching and passing a brief exam after each session. Each session earns 2 CE, and combining all three sessions for a total of 6 CE will make you eligible for a 15% savings on your Trust Sponsored Professional Liability insurance premium for two renewal periods.

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Courses Included in This Bundle

  • Telepsychology Updates/COVID-19 (2 CE)
  • Telepsychology: Managing Risk in Practice (2 CE)
  • Telepsychology: Clinical Applications of Technology (2 CE)

Telepsychology Updates/COVID-19 (2 CE)

Presenters: Margo Adams Larsen, Ph.D.; Sara Smucker Barnwell, Ph.D.

This 2-hour presentation offers updates to the 2015 telepsychology webinar series offered through The Trust. Topics include the use of telepsychology in the context of COVID-19, as well as general recent technology updates. The presenters discuss themes of adapting a home office, helping clients negotiate care in the home, technology selection, client selection, emergency management, and remote intakes and assessment. The presenters discuss the rapidly changing landscape of regulation related to telepsychology in areas such as managing interjurisdictional practice, billing, and others. A Trust Risk Manager reviews several challenging areas of changing practice standards in the context of COVID-19, and guides the viewer in methods of risk mitigation.

Learning Objectives

  • Articulate at least three best practice strategies related to PHI when pivoting to a home-office delivered telepractice.
  • Identify three considerations for emergency plans that arise specific to telepractice during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Describe an interjurisdictional practice issue that the COVID-19 pandemic may create in their practice setting.
  • Discuss the steps they will take to address challenges to providing ethical care during COVID-19.

Telepsychology: Managing Risk in Practice (2 CE)

Presenters: Margo Adams Larsen, Ph.D.; Sara Smucker Barnwell, Ph.D.

This webinar provides guidance to psychologists interested in delivering psychological services through technology while managing the risks associated with technology use. The webinar will provide an overview of key ethical and legal considerations, risk assessment strategies, methods for assessing appropriateness of technology-based services, clinical applications/techniques, and risk assessment strategies.

Learning Objectives
  • Recognize key legal and ethical uses when using technology.
  • Identify three most common concerns relevant to psychologists.
  • Analyze common threats to information security, privacy, and confidentiality when using technology in clinical practice.
  • Conduct a risk assessment of current use of technology within your practice to ethically integrate new technologies, if desired.

Telepsychology: Clinical Applications of Technology (2 CE)

Presenters: Margo Adams Larsen, Ph.D.; Sara Smucker Barnwell, Ph.D.

This introductory webinar provides guidance to psychologists interested in delivering psychological services through technology. The webinar is appropriate for individuals already applying known technologies in their practice (e.g., fax, telephone), those augmenting their practice with newer technologies (e.g., email, mobile devices), and those seeking to develop a technology-based practice (e.g., videoconferencing). Participants will receive an overview of methods for assessing appropriateness of technology-based services, clinical applications/techniques, and emergency management strategies.

Learning Objectives
  • Evaluate and identify which clients are best served using technology.
  • Recognize important aspects of emergency planning, informed consent, and record keeping specific to the use of technology in clinical practice.
  • Conduct a risk assessment of the current use of technology within your practice to ethically integrate new technologies, if desired.

NOTE: This information is provided as a risk management resource and is not legal advice or an individualized personal consultation. At the time this resource was prepared, all information was as current and accurate as possible; however, regulations, laws, or prevailing professional practice standards may have changed since the posting or recording of this resource. Accordingly, it is your responsibility to confirm whether regulatory or legal issues that are relevant to you have since been updated and/or to consult with your professional advisors or legal counsel for timely guidance specific to your situation. As with all professional use of material, please explicitly cite The Trust as the source if you reproduce or distribute any portion of these resources.

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