About TBHI

The Facts

TBHI was the first and continues to be the leading interprofessional telehealth training institute worldwide. Many of the large, national and international professional associations, licensing and registration boards have encouraged their members to benefit from telehealth consultation and training through the many innovative and customizable programs offered by TBHI.

  • Global reach of TBHI Learners & Clients by country 51% 51%
  • Training satisfaction scores from program Learners 92% 92%
  • Approval success rate of telehealth training with CME & CE accrediting groups 100% 100% 100%

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TBHI Network

A large community of professionals has been assembled to benefit from and contribute to TBHI, inspired by its vision and leadership in researching, publishing, consulting and teaching many key issues in telehealth risk management and implementation efficiency. TBHI’s primary focus has been the legal, ethical, clinical and practical use of telehealth and other technologies.

Faculty

BHIIn striving for excellence in both training and consultation, TBHI has drawn some of the elite in telebehavioral health. TBHI is honored to bring you a wide variety of programs from interprofessional and international telehealth leaders. All programs can be developed with core TBHI staff and offered 100% online for your easy and affordable access.

Marlene M Maheu, PhD

Marlene M. Maheu, PhD has been a leader in telebehavioral health since 1994.

The Executive Director of TBHI, she oversees the development and delivery of highly specialized continuing education in telebehavioral health (CE units approved by the American Psychological Association, the National Board of Certified Counselors and CME approved by the American Medical Association).

She has consulted with large health and mental health insurance companies, community clinics, physician groups, universities, technology companies and independent practitioners. She has been the author of five textbooks in telebehavioral health, is currently contracted to write two more, and speaks internationally on the topics of legal and ethical issues in telepractice using various technologies.

Frequently Asked Questions

TBHI frequently asked questions can help you find your answers more quickly, particularly because they have carefully developed their responses over a decade. TBHI encourages you to see if you can find what you need, but if you cannot, please contact TBHI directly. TBHI business hours are 9-4 Pacific time, weekdays and they can be reached through their contact page.

Meanwhile, you may want to scan the many questions that TBHI has answered in their FAQ, which you can see in its entirety by clicking below.

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TBHI Blogs

TBHI is a community effort by the TBHI community, for the TBHI community. It has been operational since 2009 and highlights telebehavioral health industry news every week. More than 500,000 professionals worldwide receive it for free. To receive your weekly industry update, register here.

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