19 April 2018, San Diego, CA – Ready to join the many licensed professionals already delivering legal and ethical services online? Got trained at a substantial savings through Tuesday, May 1, 2018. The Telebehavioral Health Institute’s Spring Sale will give you a savings of up to $516. Choose one of two Certificate Programs to help you learn the basic and get started. Have your practice up and running as soon as a few weeks!
17 April 2018, San Diego, CA: How can you protect your practice from a ransomware attack? Backdoor – Denial-of-service attacks – Direct-access attacks – Eavesdropping – Spoofing – Tampering – Privilege escalation – Phishing – Clickjacking – Social engineering – scary words for clinicians considering cybersecurity. Desktop computers and laptops are commonly targeted to gather information. Smartphones, tablet computers, smart watches, and other mobile devices have sensors such as cameras, microphones, GPS receivers, compasses, and accelerometers which can be exploited to collect personal information, including sensitive health information. Systems and data have never been more vulnerable. What’s more, the threats are changing daily, making the evaluation and purchase of IT security solutions both complicated and challenging.
08 March, 2018, San Diego, CA: Telebehavioral Health Institute (TBHI) is pleased to announce its partnership with The Soldiers Project to bring telemental and telebehavioral health to healing the hidden wounds of war.This group of professionals can enjoy the many benefits of learning and networking through TBHI, an online learning institute devoted to the education and training of professionals wishing to develop the legal, ethical and clinical skills related to working with technology in behavioral health. For starters, the Soldiers Project will be making TBHI professional online training available to its providers at a 20% discount.
23 February 2018, San Diego, CA: Using Facebook to attract new clients? Are your employees posting about their workday on Twitter? Did you know that such use of social media can lead to major HIPAA violations? Sharing of seemingly innocent comments or pictures can be a social media trolls dream come true. Especially now that smartphones and access to apps like Instagram and Snapchat are on the rise, more than ever, these violations have been making big headlines.The question becomes: How can your business use social media without violating HIPAA privacy and security requirements?
On March 26, 2018 from 2 PM Eastern/11 AM Pacific, the Telebehavioral Health Institute will offer a webinar titled, “Social Media and HIPAA Compliance: Protecting Your Practice in the Digital Age”.
16 February, 2018, San Diego, CA. Telebehavioral Health Institute (TBHI) is pleased to announce its strategic partnership with the New Hampshire Psychological Association (NHPA) to bring telemental and telebehavioral to its members.This large group of professionals can enjoy the many benefits of learning and networking through TBHI, an online learning institute devoted to the education and training of professionals wishing to develop the legal, ethical and clinical skills related to working with technology in telebehavioral health.
25th January 2018, San Diego, CA – They all look appealing — but not all online employers are the same. Mushrooming at an unprecedented rate, a new company seems to be joining the scene every week. Many offer licensed professionals the “opportunity” to connect with online clients/patients, but some are lacking in protections for the undiscerning professional who may be enamored with the prospect of working from home, working at odd hours, and in some cases, working with less hassle than developing and maintaining an in-person practice. On February 7, 2018 from 2 PM Eastern/11 AM Pacific, the Telebehavioral Health Institute will offer a webinar titled, “5 Big Mistakes to Avoid When Looking for a Telehealth Job.”
Telebehavioral Health Institute (TBHI) is pleased to announce its strategic partnership with the Cummings Graduate Institute for Behavioral Health Studies (CGI) to focus on online graduate and professional education in integrated behavioral health care. By combining to fill the educational gaps for innovative and entrepreneurial healthcare professionals with professional training from TBHI, CGI is bringing the best of all worlds to address critical needs of behavioral health providers. By encouraging their students to obtain professional training through TBHI, CGI is doing its part to support integrated care and to advance the the science, knowledge and adoption of integrated care policy and practice for all health care across distance.
Having Difficulty finding the right technology for telebehavioral health / telemental health? The telebehavioral Health Institute (TBHI) can help you sort through the primary technologies for your particular behavioral health practice. Whether you seek to engage in services known as video conferencing for online therapy, distance counseling, telemental health, telebehavioral health, telepsychology, tele-nursing and telepsychiatry in this one hour webinar, TBHI teach you how to choose the best HIPAA-compliant technology tools for serving your population.
Where: 100% Online
When: January 17th from 2pm-3pm Eastern (Also fully recorded and available 24/7 after the event for your convenience.)
What: Live & recorded event includes event access, presentation slides, and handout
Cost: $35 (includes 1-CE Hour)
As the leading professional training organization for legal and ethical telepractice skill building, the Telebehavioral Health Institute (TBHI), announces their HOLIDAY SEASON SALE. TBHI is offering up to $650 in savings to professionals. “We are delighted to offer both of our certificate professional training programs at a discount of 40% off retail prices for the holidays”, says TBHI Executive Director, Marlene M. Maheu, PhD.
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Where: 100% Online
When: December 18th – January 3, 2018
What: Save 40% on Telebehavioral Health Certificate
Get the facts. For two decades, practitioners have been left to their own devices to read and interpret their state rules and regulations with respect to telemental health, online therapy, e-therapy, distance counseling, telepsychology, telepsychiatry, tele-nursing and now, telebehavioral health. Based on multiple reports issued by the Institute of Medicine in the United States, telebehavioral health competencies are needed to clarify best practices for the clinician who simply wants to know what to do to manage risk and be assured of full legal and ethical compliance.
As lead author on the article related to the CTiBS TBH competencies, Dr. Maheu will describe 7 simple steps to applying telebehavioral competencies to both the average practitioner as well as to the group practice, clinic, agency or hospital administrator. This webinar will give you clear and concise ways to easily integrate legal and ethical telebehavioral health best practices. Dr. Maheu explains, “It’s quite simple and straightforward, but most clinicians working online today have no clue that competencies exist. Many still believe that no laws or ethics codes exist, either. They couldn’t be more wrong. She added, “Licensing boards and professional associations are systematically enforcing the law and making examples of professionals who are practicing in ways that are illegal and unethical. In this webinar, we’ll help clinicians, researchers and students better understand what is expected.
Internationally recognized telehealth expert, Marlene Maheu, Ph.D., is scheduled to present this 1-hour update on telemental health / telebehavioral health practice webinar titled, “Telehealth: 7 Legal & Ethical Tips for Best Practices.” The webinar will be broadcast Wednesday, December 13, 2017 from 2 PM Eastern/11 AM Pacific.
The leading professional training organization for telepractice, the Telebehavioral Health Institute (TBHI), announces their CYBER MONDAY SALE. The Institute is offering up to $650 in savings to professionals who want to reduce their costs, increase their profits and enjoy the many freedoms afforded by working anywhere, anytime from their computers or mobile devices.“We are delighted to offer both of our certificate professional training programs at a discount of 45% off retail prices for the holidays”, says Executive Director, Marlene Maheu, PhD. “This is our deepest discount of the year.”
Whether you are a large or small organization, serve as a company CEO or deliver direct care as an independent practitioner, now is the best time to start your telebehavioral health certificate training. Dr. Maheu explains, “Legislators and regulators in many states are busily updating laws, professional associations have all passed new standards and guidelines to help practitioners move into the 21st Century, and consumers are requesting that we use technology almost daily. She continued, “Although many insurers are on board – the practitioners are the ones who are the most reluctant. . She added, “Their reluctance often stems from a sense of overwhelm at where to start and how to keep a telepractice manageable. That’s where we come in. At TBHI, we offer 100% online professional education at a reasonable cost. Our training is housed in an eLearning platform that has already been used by more than 6,500 professionals in 66 countries. We know how to keep it simple by boiling things down to manageable, doable steps .
31st August 2017, San Diego, CA – While many professionals are already practicing over state lines, most of them are surprised to learn that they are doing so illegally and unethically. This upcoming webinar sponsored by the Telebehavioral Health institute will feature Dr. Marlene Maheu. She will outline the 7 most common erroneous assumptions made by many licensed professionals, and help replace these assumptions with actionable steps to legal and ethical practice over state lines. From explaining the basic functioning of licensing boards, to reviewing how interjurisdictional practice impacts coaches, to how to keep required documentation, Dr. Maheu will explain how to legally and ethically manage risk and for all health care practitioners.
Whether you are a large or small organization, serve as a company CEO or deliver direct care as an independent practitioner, this webinar will give you clear and concise answers to your most difficult questions about interjurisdictional practice. Dr. Maheu explains, “There’s no secret to practicing over state lines. Such practice is absolutely legal and ethical. The only problem is that most professionals have never had the opportunity to learn how to do so.” She continued, “Interjurisdictional issues have been the focus on my writing and training for the last two decades. We’ll dispel the 7 most common myths, then discuss how responsible professionals can proceed with legal and ethical practice over state lines.”
Internationally recognized telehealth expert, Marlene Maheu, Ph.D., is scheduled to present the latest telemental health / telebehavioral health practice webinar titled, “7 Biggest Mistakes Made by Mental Health Professionals Practicing Over State Lines.” The webinar will be broadcast Wednesday, September 13, 2017 from 2 PM Eastern/11 AM Pacific.
Many clinicians struggle with reimbursement for telemental health services. This webinar will focus on several successful strategies for getting paid for telepractice. Internationally recognized telehealth expert, Marlene Maheu, Ph.D., is scheduled to present the latest telemental health billing information webinar titled, “Telemental Health Billing & Coding Strategies: Maximizing Reimbursement Today.” The webinar will be broadcast Wednesday, July 26th, 2017 from 2 PM Eastern/11 AM Pacific.
Where: 100% Online
When: July 26, 2017 (Also fully recorded and available 24/7 after the event for your convenience.)
What: Live & recorded event includes event access, presentation slides, and handout
Cost: $35 (includes 1-CE Hour)
Behavioral professionals worldwide now have the opportunity to train for TeleMental Health Certification at a substantial savings through the 4th of July special at the Telebehavioral Health Institute (TBHI).
If you are one of the thousands of behavioral clinicians currently considering telemental health or telebehavioral health certification, the next decision involves where to train. Factors to consider:
The Telebehavioral Health Institute (TBHI) has just what you may want. As world leaders in telemental health training, we suggest that you get the telemental and telebehavioral health training that is competency-based. That is, we encourage you to get training that has met the standards of a rigorous, 3-year, interprofessional competency development process.
Why bother with such rigor? You’ll want to know and understand the underlying research to be compliant with your state licensing board and national association ethical standards. Undergoing such training also means that you’ll be worry-free, because you’ll know how to handle the many challenges that can arise when guessing at the use of technology, and you’ll have been responsible regarding risk-management.
Besides, TBHI makes it easy, convenient and affordable. Your training is online, accessible 24/7, and at a fraction of the cost of going to any brick-and-mortar training. You’ll also learn quite a bit more, because TBHI training is self-paced, meaning that you can stop and start it at your convenience. It has “essential points” at the top of every page, which is an outline that will help you orient yourself to the most important points on the page, and also give you clues as to what will be asked of you on the post-test, which you will need to pass with a grade of 80% or better to get the course completion certificate. It is also self-directed, in that it contains a number of high quality links to primary source documents throughout the Internet that we’ve assembled for your convenience and to maximize your learning.
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Are you struggling with the legal and ethical issues in marketing your behavioral services online? Learn 7 proven effective strategies for easily leveraging your time and energy to explode your practice online. Create a successful, legal, ethical website, write marketing copy, and publish it for maximum exposure at minimum cost. Learn where and how to screen, hire and manage affordable help, yet be sure that you get the results you need.
Learn how white papers, quick reports, blogs, ebooks, webinars or continuity programs can dramatically expand your ability to recruit new clients, create passive income — using inexpensive, time-saving Internet services. Get up to speed on how to avoid violating client/patient privacy with credit card billing; use alerts sent to mobile phones; and how to make your practice easy and persuasive in social media.
For weekly step-by-step guidance and a private forum to help craft promotional plans and materials, join internationally recognized telehealth expert, Marlene Maheu, Ph.D. The program is offered in 6 weeks of a 1-hour bootcamp, entitled, “Mental Health Internet Marketing on Steroids: Legal, Ethical, Affordable and Effective Strategy Bootcamp.” The workshop will broadcast Wednesdays, June 7- July 12, 2017 from 3 PM Eastern/12 PM Pacific.
Dr. Maheu explains, “Learn to leverage your time and effort to legally and ethically promote your work without selling out to unprofessional tactics that will only tarnish your reputation.” She continued, “Most practitioners don’t understand the simple formulas that have evolved online in the last 20 years. It really isn’t rocket science to apply them while adhering to the ethical codes offered by all our leading professional associations — including the American Counseling Association (ACA), American Medical Association (AMA); American Psychological Association (APA); the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (AAMFT), and the National Association of Addiction Specialists (NAADAC). Rather, they all provide clear ethical mandates that can be applied to the many proven effective online marketing strategies.” Dr. Maheu then commented, “With little direction and diligence, any behavioral professional or service can not only be successful online, but also serve as a stellar example of professionalism.”
This workshop will help you:
Behavioral professionals worldwide now have the opportunity to train for TeleMental Health Certification at a substantial savings through the Memorial Day special at the Telebehavioral Health Institute (TBHI).
If you are one of the thousands of behavioral clinicians currently considering telemental health certification, the next decision involves where to train. Factors to consider:
Are you struggling with the legal and ethical issues involved with marketing your behavioral services online? Learn 7 proven effective strategies for easily leveraging your time and energy to dramatically expand your reach online as a behavioral professional. Create a successful legal, ethical website, write marketing copy and publish it for maximum exposure at minimum cost. Learn where and how to screen, hire and manage affordable help, yet be sure that you get results — rather than just getting ripped off.
Learn how white papers, quick reports, blogs, ebooks, webinars, continuity programs can dramatically expand your ability to recruit new clients, create passive income and be simplified with current Internet services. Get up to speed on how to avoid violating client/patient privacy with credit card billing; use alerts sent to mobile phones; and how to shine quickly in social media. For weekly step-by-step guidance and a private forum to help craft promotional plans and materials, internationally recognized telehealth expert, Marlene Maheu, Ph.D., is scheduled to present Lesson 1-6 in a 1-hour webinar workshop titled, “Maximizing Legal & Ethical Online Marketing Strategies for Behavioral Practices.” The workshop will broadcast Wednesdays, June – July, 2017 from 3 PM Eastern/12 PM Pacific.
Confused or overwhelmed by the informed consent process for telemental health, telepsychiatry, telepsychology or distance counseling? The Telebehavioral health institute leads the industry in training and consulting with groups seeking clarification and implementation of the legal and ethical issues surrounding telemental health service delivery. Dr. Marlene Maheu will give clear and concise suggestions in response to questions about telemental health informed consent. Join internationally recognized telehealth expert, Marlene M. Maheu, Ph.D., in the 2-hour webinar titled, “14 Essential Telemental Health Informed Consent Elements.” The webinar will broadcast Wednesday, April 19, 2017 at 2 PM Eastern/11 AM Pacific.
The Telebehavioral Health Institute (TBHI) is pleased to announce its strategic partnership with the National Register of Health Service Psychologists to provide discounts towards TBHI’s Telepsychology Certificate. The National Register of Health Service Psychologists is bringing the best of all worlds to providers who want to leverage the power of technology to expand their programs and assure best practices. By encouraging their members to obtain professional training through TBHI, the National Register of Health Service Psychologists is doing its part to curb the irresponsible practices by professionals who might not be aware of federal guidelines to use HIPAA-compliant technology for all health care across distance.
Clinicians can grow their telepractice service by delivering telemental health interpreting services. To shed light on new care models and payment structures for clinicians, internationally recognized telehealth expert, Marlene Maheu, Ph.D.and Casey L. Zanetti, M.A. are scheduled to present a 1-hour webinar titled, “Telebehavioral Health and Interpreting Services for Underserved Populations: 21st Century Behavioral Health.” The webinar will broadcast Wednesday, February 8, 2017 at 2 PM Eastern/11 AM Pacific.
The many distinct advantages of working from home are appealing to telemental health professionals of all types, including telepsychiatrists, telepsychologists, distance counselors, online counselors, online therapists, Internet therapists, tele-analysts, and e-therapists. These professionals however, rarely get an opportunity for professional training that addresses their specific needs. Internationally recognized telehealth leader, Marlene Maheu, Ph.D., is scheduled to present a 1-hour webinar titled, “7 Irrefutable Reasons Online Therapists Can Legally and Ethically Work from Home.” The webinar will broadcast Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 2 PM Eastern/11 AM Pacific.
Many clinicians are intrigued by the possibility of leveraging the power of the Internet to work from home, have more flexible work hours and see more clients in their speciality niche. Professional associations have approved telemental health related standards and guidelines — insurers are reimbursing and many health plans are also hiring. However, the average clinician is unsure of his or her options, or who has their best interests as practitioners at heart. Dr. Maheu explains, “With the plethora of legal and ethical issues that are involved for independent practitioners, the idea of working for an online employer is appealing. On the other hand, the unprofessional approach that many online employers have taken to abdicate responsibilities for mental health patients has given many seasoned professionals reason to be cautious.
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