Technology Assisted Therapy & Supervision (Ethics)
Vaughn M. Bryant, III, PH.D, LMFT-S, LPC-S, LCDC-CCS
Psychotherapy has been traditionally practiced in a shared space with the client and the therapist meeting face to face. Modern technology has enabled psychotherapy to reach out and connect with clients via live video and audio. The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed the delivery of psychotherapy in this time of social distancing. This three hour webinar will be presented on April 10 from 9am to 12pm Central US time. The webinar will provide an introduction to the basics of the technology behind live video and audio psychotherapy and clinical supervision as well as the legal and ethical considerations for best practice. The webinar will also discuss the interpersonal and psychotherapeutic dynamics of the practice of technology assisted psychotherapy and clinical supervision.
Dr. Bryant is a member of the clinical team at J. Flowers Health Institute in Houston (www.jflowershealth.com). The J. Flowers Health Institute provides evaluations and care programs for difficult-to-pinpoint issues related to chronic pain, addiction, substance use, mental health, and lifestyle. Dr. Bryant is an Adjunct Professor in the Human Services Program at the Lone Star College Montgomery Campus. Dr. Bryant also provides clinical supervision for LMFT Associates, LPC Interns and LCDC Interns.
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