WRCAC Telemental Health Resource Center


Telemental Health Training Certificate (THTC) This website provides users with courses that go over what telemental health is, legal and ethical aspects of telemental health, emergency planning, HIPAA compliance, and screening and clinical skills for using videoconferencing. A Telemental Health Training Certificate will be presented at the completion of all courses. 

Telemental Health Certificate Program This course provided by Person Centered Tech covers standard telemental health competence like ethical issues, safety planning, using video equipment and HIPAA compliance. A certificate is presented after completion of courses: Practicing Via Telemental Health & Engaging in HIPAA Security and Digital Confidentiality. 

California Telehealth Resource Center The CTRC provides a list of telehealth training modules and courses that professionals across the country can use to implement, review or enhance their telehealth practice. 

Technology-Based Interventions: Exploring New Models of Care and Navigating New Ethical Dilemmas This online video through the Pacific Southwest ATTC includes a 2-part training on technology-based interventions related to substance use disorders and the ethical considerations for professionals using telehealth services. The PSATTC has also put together a 4-part video series related to digital recovery services for those with substance use disorders.

Relias Academy The Relias Academy provides a variety of training courses for telehealth and online counseling that users can browse to pick the best training option for their telemental health practice.

NCTRC Webinar – Creative Telehealth Training in an Academic Setting The University of Utah offers health sciences students a unique telehealth training experience combined with interprofessional education (IPE). Students from nursing, medicine, social work, etc. are first taught telehealth concepts and etiquette and IPE competencies. Simulated complex case studies over video then provide a safe environment for students to practice applying telehealth in an interprofessional setting. A partnership with Utah Area Health Education Centers (AHEC) Scholars Program broadened the training so students from multiple universities and colleges across Utah train together.

Tele-Mental Health: The Clinicians Perspective Al Killen-Harvey and Chris Walsh (WRCAC) discuss issues clinicians need to consider when practicing tele-mental health, such as adapting a model to work remotely, clinical supervision, safety, ethics, and risk reduction.