Continuing to Provide Quality Mental Healthcare Remotely During COVID-19
Wednesday, August 5, 2020
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The COVID-19 pandemic has made quarantine and physical distancing regulations part of life. Clinicians often wonder how they can continue providing effective mental health support virtually, in light of “Zoom fatigue” and many school closings for months ahead. This webinar will review resources, techniques, and considerations to deliver teletherapy and support the mental health needs of clients who may rely on mental health support more than ever before.
Join this free, 60-minute webinar where we will discuss how to adjust to prolonged social distancing requirements as a mental health provider:
Describe the categories of digital services that are applicable for different clinical purposes.
Prepare to incorporate more teletherapy tools in their clinical practice.
Evaluate the available options for maintaining an effective working alliance in remote therapy.
Meet the Presenter:
Shiri Sadeh-Sharvit, PhD, is a clinical psychologist and the Associate Director for Training at Palo Alto University Center for m2Health, California. She also serves as the Chief Clinical Officer at Eleos Health, a startup company in the digital healthcare space. Dr. Sadeh-Sharvit received research funding to conduct intervention studies on family- and parent-based interventions as well as digitally-delivered programs. Her clinical and research interests include incorporating technology in mental healthcare, eating disorders (from infancy throughout the life cycle), and clinical training. She co-authored the book, “Parents with Eating Disorders: A Treatment Guide”, published by Routledge.
This webinar will not provide CEUs, however a certificate of attendance is available upon request. A copy of the materials and recording will be available for download within 5 business days.
Last Updated: 07/28/20