Continuing Education

Pragmatics of Telepsychology Practice in the Age of COVID-19 (Archived)

Mary K. Alvord, PhD

Psychologists whose practices are affected by COVID-19 may consider telepsychology as an alternative to in-person sessions. Dr. Mary Alvord discusses telepsychology during the age of COVID-19 and presents strategies for ethical and effective practice.

Proceeds of purchase of this resource will go to Resilience Across Borders, a charity providing psychological services to children in need.

Presentation Slides and additional resources mentioned in the session, including: The Trust’s Sample Informed Consent Form for Telepsychology, Dr. Alvord’s TeleMental Health via Video Conferencing Checklist. Additional resources available on the National Register’s continually updated COVID-19 Resources for Psychologists

Year 2020
Credit 1
Level Intermediate
Price $35.00
Learning Objectives
  1. Describe two patient conditions under which telepsychology might be appropriate and suitable during the COVID-19 outbreak.
  2. List at least two competence skills a provider must possess prior to using telepsychology health.
  3. Explain two ethical issues and strategies for effective risk management.

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