Tele-Mental Health Webinar Series
Learn about tele-mental health options for delivering trauma-informed, evidence-based mental health services. This five-part webinar series is presented by the WRCAC Rural Mental Health project in partnership with Midwest Regional Children’s Advocacy Center and the National Children’s Advocacy Center.
The Science of Tele-Mental Health - February 28th 2019
Speakers: Charles Wilson and Jennifer Rolls-Reutz (WRCAC), and Molly Molloy (Butte Child Evaluation Center and Anaconda Children’s Advocacy Center, Montana)
Introductory webinar on what the research evidence says and why we should consider using tele-mental health.
Delivering TF-CBT via Tele-Mental Health - March 14th and April 4th 2019
Speakers: Regan Stewart and Meg Wallace (Medical University of South Carolina)
Part 1 – March 14 | Click here to view the recorded webinar
Learn how Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy has been used via tele-health with underserved youth and youth in rural and frontier communities.
Part 2 – April 4 | Click here to view the recorded webinar
Engaging Schools in TF-CBT – How to form relationships with schools and practical considerations for delivering tele-mental health in schools.
Tele-Mental Health: The Clinician’s Perspective - July 10th 2019
Speakers: Al Killen-Harvey and Chris Walsh (WRCAC)
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.
The Challenges of Tele-Mental Health: Technology & Licensure - September 18th 2019
Speakers: Josh Kohrumel (Rady Children’s Hospital – San Diego) and Jonathan Neufeld (Great Plains Telehealth Resource and Assistance Center)
Practical considerations of implementing tele-mental health, including technology (hardware, software, bandwidth, HIPAA), and licensure issues surrounding practicing across state lines.