This webinar is approved for 2.0 CEUs by the MN MFT Regulatory Board and the Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy.
$40 for MAMFT members, $60 for non-members
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Workshop Title: Ethics and Telehealth
Topic: (Webinar) Ethics and Telehealth
Workshop Description: Many of us were caught off guard by Covid-19 and the impact it would have on mental health service delivery, during a time when mental health services were needed more than ever. This presentation aims to share lessons learned regarding telehealth and help others navigate new platforms in an ethical way. Ideas for incorporating play therapy, assessment, and multicultural considerations will also be discussed.
1.Participants will be able to recognize HIPPA compliant features of a telehealth system
2.Participants will troubleshoot common telehealth pitfalls.
3.Participants will incorporate ethical standards into telehealth practice.
Presenter’s Name: Emily Coler Hanson, LMFT
Presenter’s Bio: Emily is a LMFT and an approved supervisor through the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy. She is TF-CBT certified as well. She has worked as a therapist for the past ten years and has primarily focused her work on children, adolescents and their families. She has a particular interest in working with children who have experienced trauma, are on the autism spectrum, and prefers a team approach to helping children reach their goals. Her work often takes a strength based approach and is influenced by the Nurtured Heart Approach.
Co-Presenter Info: Barb Stanton PhD, LPCC, LMFT
Dr. Stanton’s clinical work at the is focused on children, adolescents and adults on the autism spectrum or who have related issues. With over 30 years of experience, Barb has learned to appreciate the infinite skills and talents of these amazing individuals as well as their struggles to navigate their environment. She works with community and family supports to develop creative solutions to difficult challenges. She believes that behavior is communication and enjoys discovering the why behind the behavior which could be anything from misunderstanding to trauma. Her approach is strength based and person centered.