Since 1994, Dr. Maheu has personally delivered or helped organize nearly 200 telehealth-related professional papers and training sessions at the American Psychological Association, American Telemedicine Association, the American Counseling Association, and numerous state professional associations and private meetings. She has trained more than 41,000 professionals internationally.

As an ethicist, her areas of expertise include risk management: legal/ethical, standard of care, clinical protocols, authentication, informed consent, community-building and the nuances of malpractice insurance for remote practitioners. Her consumer-oriented speaking topics include wearable and sensor-based technologies for behavioral care; how the Internet of Things (IoT) is already changing healthcare; artificial intelligence, machine learning and affective computing; behavioral “apps” and how to evaluate for validity, reliability, user experience and other essential factors; hardware and software product development and marketing.

Marlene has worked at the forefront of Telehealth for many years and has substantial expertise in the area. I strongly recommend her as a speaker and consultant in this arena.

Gerald Koocher, PhD, Past President, American Psychological Association, Associate Provost at Simmons College

Dr. Maheu was writing and presenting on telehealth and psychology of the Internet when the rest of us didn’t even know how to spell it, much less know what it means or how to practice it. She is a true visionary and a pioneer in the important area of tele-mental-health.

Ofer Zur, PhD, Zur Institute

Dr. Maheu’s expertise and extensive experience has been an invaluable asset to my development as a tech savvy and entrepreneurial clinician.

Timothy Brearly, MA

She has trained students and faculty at leading universities such as Albert Einstein School of Medicine, Alliant University, Arizona State University, and Johns Hopkins. She is the former Director of Telehealth and eHealth for Alliant University and on the faculty at the Arizona State University, Nicholas A. Cummings Doctor of Behavioral Health Program, School of Health Solutions. She is the Founding and Current President of the Coalition for Technology and Behavioral Science (CTiBS), where she led the team that developed a peer-reviewed, scientific journal, known as the Journal for Technology in Behavioral Science (JTiBS) and another team that developed the Interprofessional Framework for Telebehavioral Health Competencies.

How It Works

Her training is offered both 100% online and in-person. TBHI’s online coursework gives you access 24/7. You will receive a rich, multimedia platform to enhance your enjoyment and learning retention. If you’d prefer to hire a TBHI faculty person trained in TBHI workshop delivery in-person, please submit a speaking request below (please let us know if you need CE credit so that we may determine if it can be made available for you or your group).