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Webinar — Telehealth Jobs from Home: Legal/Ethical Challenges/Opportunities

Press release from: Telebehavioral Health Institute


19 February 2019, Cheyenne, WY — The many distinct advantages of working from home are appealing to health care professionals of all types, these professionals, rarely get an opportunity for professional training that answers their many questions about working from their own homes. They often are unsure of the legal and ethical issues involved, for example. Internationally recognized telehealth leader, Marlene Maheu, Ph.D., is scheduled to present a 1-hour webinar titled, “Telehealth Jobs from Home: Legal/Ethical Challenges/Opportunities" (telehealth.org/webinar/telehealth-jobs-from-home/). The webinar will broadcast on Wednesday, April 10, 2019, at 2 PM Eastern/11 AM Pacific.

Today’s healthcare professionals are keen to understand the many ways to use technology to leverage their time and energy. Many are also excited about the possibility of working from home, where the commute is as short as going from the kitchen to their den.

“None of this is rocket science,” said Dr. Marlene Maheu, the webinar presenter and founder of the Telebehavioral Health Institute. She continued, “Very specific laws and ethical codes have to be followed when working from home, but they can be quickly learned. Anyone can work from their home. Many can also offer telehealth services when traveling if they have a stable Internet connection, the right equipment, an understanding of interjurisdictional issues and evidence-based telehealth treatment protocols.”

Along with this professional training, 1 hour of CME or CE is available for most professionals. Interested parties may include physicians, osteopaths, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, psychologists, counselors, therapists, speech therapists, occupational therapists, analysts, and other therapists.

Marlene M. Maheu, Ph.D. is the founder of the Telebehavioral Health Institute. She has written four textbooks in telebehavioral health and is recognized as one of the leading authors and trainers in the U.S. and Canada for telepractice. She is the originator of the Online Clinical Practice Model (OCPM) for ethical telebehavioral health, telemental health, telepsychiatry, telepsychology, distance counseling, and online therapy. As a world-class leader in the field, she offers practical strategies, straightforward solutions and the hands-on wisdom that only develops through time and focus. When you attend this webinar, you’ll sense her passion, wisdom, and good humor about how you can responsibly leverage the power of technology to access new clients/patients, focus on your specialty niche(s), reduce your overhead and increase your profits.

The Telebehavioral Health Institute, Inc. (TBHI) specializes in telemental and telebehavioral health, competency-based, professional training. All professional training is available 100% online, allowing professionals to learn 24/7 while remaining in the comfort of their home or office. With trainees in more than 73 countries focused on legal, ethical, clinical, and technical issues, TBHI offers consultation for planning, launching, and thriving with telepsychiatry, telepsychology, distance counseling, online therapy, telespeech therapy, tele-occupational therapy, and behavioral telehealth and mHealth. TBHI offers webinars, individual courses, and full Certificate Programs for professionals who want to reach clients/patients who otherwise cannot or will not travel. Training is available with CME/CE Hours approved by several national associations for counselors, social workers, psychologists, addiction specialists, and others. Staffing services and job opportunities are also available. TBHI consults with start-up technology companies seeking to develop new verticals in behavioral health.

Telebehavioral Health Institute
Press Contact: Dr. Marlene Maheu
1876 Horse Creek Road, Cheyenne Wyoming 82009
+1 619-255-2788
contact@telehealth.org

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