Licensing and Practicing Over State and Provincial Lines: Is It Ok to Cross the Line?
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1-Hour “On Demand” Training Webinar recording
Are you puzzled about whether or not it is ok to practice across state and provincial lines with telephone or video (Skype)?
Many professionals are confused about licensure. They have questions about how to practice over state and provincial lines, exceptions to the rule and where to go for help in extenuating circumstances. One thing is very clear: it is essential that every practitioner be fully informed and stay current.
The good news is licensure is not as complicated as it may seem at first glance. You can easily learn what you need to know about licensure to have a worry-free, online practice.
- The essential functions of licensure and why they are relevant to the stable growth of our professions
- How many states and provinces require an in-person assessment within a state or province prior to telepractice
- Which states and provinces are leaders in the licensure portability movement
- Which states or provinces require payment for telehealth on par with in-person treatment — and how licensure is pivotal
- Why calling yourself a “coach” to practice over state or province lines when you are licensed get you in more trouble than it is worth
- How malpractice coverage can automatically be nullified, despite your carrier’s claims that you are “covered” for online practice
- Where to register for help with obtaining licensure in multiple states or provinces
- Four ways to keep abreast of these developments for free
This program is for beginning and intermediate-level “tele-practitioners” in these disciplines:
- Counselors, Social Workers, Therapists, Marriage & Family Therapists, Drug & Alcohol Specialists
- Medical Professionals such as Psychiatrists, Internists, Pediatricians, Gerontologists
- Psychologists, Physicians Assistants & Nurse Practitioners
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