Sucidality and Telehealth: Ethical Crisis and Risk Management in the Age of Telepsychology, 1.5 CE

Home Study Details

Suicidality and Telehealth: Ethical Crisis and Risk Management in the Age of Telepsychology, 1.5 CE

Presented by Rachel Buehner, Ph.D.

Workshop Description:

As telehealth becomes the primary delivery method for care by mental health providers, understanding how to manage client crises, especially related to suicidality, becomes imperative. Discussion topics will include preliminary and ongoing crisis planning and considerations, resource installation for clients in rural and urban locations, and how to help a client to access more acute care when telehealth will no longer suffice. Additionally, pertinent statutes and regulations related to the provision of telehealth, particularly related to crisis planning, will be discussed. This webinar fulfills 1.5 of the 6 hours necessary according to the KRS 210.366 requirement for suicide prevention training AND fulfills 1.5 of the 3 hours necessary according to the KRS 319 ethics/risk management requirement for psychology professionals. Skill Level: Intermediate 

Workshop Objectives:

Participants will be able to:

  • Identify legal and statutory considerations related to crisis planning and telehealth clients.
  • Identify effective means for initial and ongoing crisis management planning, in addition to how to broach the topic of crisis planning with clients who have transitioned from office-based to telehealth care.
  • Identify crisis planning issues which may be particularly useful for clients from rural areas.

 About the Presenter:

Rachel Buehner, Ph.D. is the President (Elect) of the Kentucky Psychological Association and an American Psychological Association Leadership Development Fellow for 2020. Dr. Buehner is a Licensed Psychologist in the Forensic Psychology & Mediation Division of Shelton Forensic Solutions. Additionally, she provides telehealth as part of a private practice in Kentucky and Ohio.

Audience 

This workshop is appropriate for Psychologists, Social Workers, Other Mental Health Professionals

Audience

This workshop is appropriate for Psychologists, Social Workers, Art Therapists, and Other Mental Health Professionals.

Registration Fees
KPA Member: $50
Non-Member: $75
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CE Credit

In order to obtain CE credit for this webinar, you will need to complete an online home-study quiz (10 multiple choice questions) which will need to be completed after listening to the webinar. In order to obtain credit for the home study workshop, you are required to pass the quiz with test scores of at least 80%. Once the quiz has been submitted it will be reviewed within 10 days and you will be notified via email of your results. At that time, assuming you have received at least 80% on the quiz, you will also receive a printable copy of your CE certificate via email.