This asynchronous on-demand training addresses the delivery of behavioral healthcare virtually, using the term “telebehavioral health.” Learners explore seven skill areas that prepare them to deliver safe and legally sound telebehavioral health and then support their delivery of effective, culturally competent care in virtual sessions. Participants can practice acquired knowledge in activities at the end of each skill section to extend their learning. The training includes several handouts to help learners evaluate existing telebehavioral health practices and/or to mobilize a telebehavioral health practice. Handouts also support optimizing telebehavioral health sessions with military kids and teens.
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This course is available online as an interactive, reading based asynchronous webinar, including a combination of reading, videos and activities. Participants will complete the course and take an online post-test.
Total CE Credits: 1.75
Total Contact Hours: 1.75
Learning Objectives: Following the training, attendees will be able to:
- Explain the role of preparatory and in-session telebehavioral health (TBH) skills in providing safe and effective virtual health care.
- Integrate the seven telebehavioral health (TBH) skills discussed in the training into the planningand execution of virtual clinical encounters with military kids and teens.
Target Audience: For behavioral health providers who treat military personnel, veterans and their families.
Instructional Content Level: Intermediate
Course Creation Date: 24 March 2023
Contact Information: Questions or concerns? Please contact Julie Williams at Julie.Williams.Ctr@usuhs.edu