Adapting Practice: shifting therapeutic support online
Are you adapting your practice from face to face contact with clients to telephone or video support? Watch this recorded webinar, developed by the Mental Health Professionals Network, to increase your confidence. You will learn how to:
recognise client suitability for telehealth services
identify risks associated with telehealth services
outline procedures such as contingency plans, privacy, informed consent, staff training and record keeping for the telehealth setting.
A practical guide to adapting to online therapeutic support[PDF] This comprehensive guide provides useful tips and practical advice about getting the most from a video or telephone counselling support session. It will help you to deliver your services as effectively as you would in-person. It covers topic areas such as:
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