5 CE Clock Hours suitable for NC LPCs, LCSWs, and LMFTs A 5-hour training for private practice mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, clinical social workers, and psychologists in psychotherapy practice to navigate the “digital ethics” and legal pitfalls in modern practice management. We will discuss: confidentiality and other HIPAA/ethics concerns in electronic communications […]
Most of us know that Skype is no longer seen as suitable for online therapy. But many of us don’t know why, or that it will happen to other software, too!
A short primer on how to get started doing online therapy, sometimes called “Skype therapy,” with lots of links to help you find your way.
A major upside of the 2013 HIPAA Omnibus Rule was the clarification that clients can request to receive unencrypted emails if first informed of the risks.
Skype is popular for online therapy, but is there something that is easy and cheap like Skype but is designed for health care? Let me tell you about VSee.
The simple answer to the question of cross-state mental health practice is, at this time in history, “only with a fair amount of logistical work and a dash of good luck.” Yep, that’s the simple answer. :) Let’s take a deeper look at it so we can do that logistical work and put ourselves in the way of that good luck!
I know most of us need new HIPAA/HITECH rules like we need bird flu, but they’re here. And they have a lot to say about us doing risk assessments.