E-Therapy Courses by Aspira CE
E-Therapy Courses: Options to help transition to new methods of therapy.
Looking to transition your practice to more of an online service? Are your clients’ schedules requiring you to offer more options then the traditional face-to-face sessions? You are not alone. Many Clinicians are transitioning from the traditional face-to-face sessions to teletherapy (e-therapy, online therapy, telebehavioral health, etc.).
Aspira CE wants to help prepare clinicians with the information needed for this transition. Aspira CE currently offers several CE courses on E-Therapy including:
Considerations for the Provision of E-Therapy
Telebehavioral Health – What Every Provider Needs to Know
Telebehavioral Health & the Consumer
Telehealth – Mental Health Services, Law and Ethics, and other Important Considerations
Using Technology-Based Therapeutic Tools in Behavioral Health Services
To view this course list of E-Therapy courses and the corresponding content follow these simple steps:
- Select Coursesin the main menu in the left column
- Click on the search tool Category
- Then click on the option E-Therapy in the list to the left of the search tool buttons
- Scroll down below the search tool buttons to view course list
- Click on View Course Info button below the title that interests you
- Click on View Coursework to pull up the course document in a separate window
The prevalent use of digital types of communication has penetrated many areas of American daily life. Use of email, immediate messaging, telephones, videoconferencing, and various other kinds of communication have, in several instances, replaced face-to-face conversations, meetings, as well as seminars. Further, several people make use of digital interactions to go shopping, operate business, as well as address financial obligations.
More lately, they have used electronic forms of interactions to look for and obtain medical therapy. This is now starting to transfer over to the area of mental health with various forms of e-therapy, telebehavioral health, and multiple forms of online therapy. There are many things to consider when making such a transition to e-therapy. The courses listed above will assist you in making sure these various components have not only been considered but implemented as well.
Here’s a link to a Psychology Today article on Advantages of E-Therapy Over Conventional Therapy
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