Transferring Your Practice Online Part 3: The Invisible Front Line Worker: Support for Therapists and Discussion of Next Steps For Online Practice
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Many therapists are currently in unchartered territory with switching over to telehealth sessions for clients. This workshop will focus on clinical topics that are relevant amidst global crisis, including the Covid-19 crisis, such as Maslow’s hierarchy when survival is compromised and the collective experience. Support for telehealth therapists, and planning for next steps will also be discussed.
Research: Google Scholar provides a number of articles written on telemental health.
Target Audience: social workers, mental health practitioners, creative arts therapists, marriage and facility therapists, psychologists, addiction professionals, case managers, and other interested individuals.Customer Service
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Lisa Prefontaine is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, working in the Mental Health field for over 18 years. After working for 13 years at a local Behavioral Health Agency, the last 5 years as Clinical Director of Mental Health Services, Lisa is currently in full time private practice. She does individual therapy with adolescents and adults, as well as consultation for private practitioners and EMDR trained therapists, and is a trainer on various clinical topics. Lisa has maintained a private practice for 11 years and began using online services for self-pay in 2011. She continues to do online sessions and consultations.