telehealth resources

Colleagues,

Now more than ever, behavioral health professionals are being thoughtful about their intentions, conservative in their actions, and mindful of their resources. Unlike what we see happening to our grocery store shelves, we at the Telebehavioral Health Institute ask that you join us to create a shared telehealth resource page. Let’s give to each other in this time of international suffering.

Our colleagues need important information, and in particular, telehealth information. As the world’s first and largest international telehealth training center, the Telebehavioral Health Institute is regularly frequented by professionals from the majority of countries from around the globe. While we can offer both pro-bono and reduced pricing for COVID-19 telehealth courses training as well as Micro Certifications, we want to — and can do more. Whether you have benefited from our work in the past, or wish to join us now, we invite you to join with us to create this telehealth resource page and share it with your colleagues.

Emergency Telehealth Resource List

Let’s use this open blog space to share telehealth resources by state and country. When you post information, please specify the information’s state and country of relevance in the SUBJECT LINE of your post. Let’s all do what we can to keep each other informed of changing laws, grants, shifting news, and whatever else you think might be useful to other professionals to protect the emotional wellbeing of people who share this planet with us.

Please note: This is a space for professionals to communicate with each other about offering telehealth services. Please keep your posts factual and resource-driven. To keep this space manageable and useful to the majority, other types of content will be removed. Love it or leave it. Anyone posting off-topic posts will be banned at the sole discretion of TBHI.

Moderators: If you are known to us here at TBHI, and have the time and ability to help moderate this page, please contact us through our contact page. We could use your help.

Marlene
Marlene M. Maheu, PhD
Executive Director
Telebehavioral Health Institute