Supportive Workshop on Practice Optimization for Mental Health Professionals. No CE.

Optimizing & Fortifying Your Practice the PCT Way

Join Liath Dalton as she equips you to answer the all important question “what is the highest priority need” for my practice? … And what is the solution/resource/support that provides for addressing that need?

Think of it as both a supported needs assessment and treatment plan creation.

Plus: Supportive Mini Risk Assessment Worksheet

2 hour workshop. No CE.

On Demand Self Study

CE Credit Hours
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Having a robust, secure, optimized practice that works for you and your clients is foundational for survival and sustainability – for you as a mental health care provider, human being, and practice owner 

The PCT Way makes your whole practice work, by helping you optimize your practice and cover your HIPAA bases in just 5 steps. The PCT Way is built to move with you and with the world. Mental health pros who closely followed PCT before COVID managed to transition to lockdown life with minimal work. They will be prepared for the next big thing, too (and then the next big thing.) We’ll make sure of it.

We’ll look at your tech stack, training, device security, risk analysis and risk mitigation planning, and policy and procedure needs, and where you can derive the most in-practice benefit. This is about starting where you are, meeting needs, and removing the overwhelm of when, why, what and how to meet your practice needs.

Real feedback from the live event:

“Thanks for the useful tools and tips for a better practice!”

Who is this event for?

This course is designed for group practice leaders and group practice clinical staff members as well as solo practitioners and those in private practice. It is also suitable for practices that consist of 100% in-person, 100% telehealth, or a mixture of in-person and telehealth treatment.

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Plus: Materials for Practical Support

Supportive Mini Risk Assessment Worksheet

 

I’ve been watching several of your CE programs and, while I’ve always been impressed with your services, I just have to say, your programs are excellently done with production and content and simultaneously warm and accessible. I really appreciate what you do!

Tara Ingram

Clear-eyed Needs Assessment

Identify the highest priority functionality and security needs for your practice

Framework to Use

Create a prioritized roadmap for addressing your specific needs in-practice

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Resource Heavy

Understand the resources and support available for meeting your identified practice-needs

Training is Step 2 of the PCT Way.

Learn more about the PCT Way here.

Course Details

No CE. Self Study

Title: Optimizing & Fortifying Your Practice the PCT Way

Authors/Presenters: Liath Dalton
CE Length: None
Legal-Ethical CE Hours: None

Educational Objectives:

  • Identify the highest priority functionality and security needs for your practice
  • Create a prioritized roadmap for addressing your specific needs in-practice
  • Understand the resources and support available for meeting your identified practice-needs

Meet Our Presenter

Presented by

Liath Dalton

Liath Dalton is PCT’s deputy director and a co-owner. Liath is especially passionate about helping therapists be resourced and supported in navigating the security compliance process and identifying the solutions and processes that meet the particular needs of their practices. Liath’s consultation area of expertise is focused on selecting the right combination of services and tech that not only meet the legal-ethical needs of mental health practices, but also the functionality, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness needs as well.

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