As online therapy continues to be a preferred and effective method for many clients and therapists. This two-hour telehealth refresher course will help therapists remain up to date on the latest regulations for the practice of telehealth, consider ethical dilemmas related to the practice of systemic online therapy and explore therapeutic interventions for systemically focused therapy while remaining online. Managing multiple people “in the room” of online therapy can feel daunting or disorganized. This training will explore use of systemic, therapeutic tools, strategies and resources to bring the strengths of systemic therapy from the in-person office to the online platform. 

Participants who complete this course will be able to:

  • Be knowledgeable and up to date about current regulations related to the practice of telehealth/online therapy
  • Explore and understand ethical issues and potential barriers to systemic,online therapy
  • Become familiar with and practice therapeutic tools for online family, couples, and systemic therapy
  • Identify ways to organize sessions and bring in-person therapy tools to the online platform

Course Content

    1. Overview Video

    2. Downloadable PowerPoint Slides

    3. Opening Journal Reflection

    1. Video Lecture - Part 1

    2. Video Lecture - Part 2

    1. Pre Video Journal Reflection

    2. Video Lecture

    3. Post Video Reflection

    1. Pre Video Reflection

    2. Video Lecture - Part 1

    3. Video Lecture - Part 2

    4. Post Video Reflection

    1. Pre Video Journal Reflection

    2. Video Lecture - Part 1

    3. Video Lecture - Part 2

    4. Post Video Reflection

    1. Video Lecture

About this course

  • $50.00
  • 18 lessons
  • 1.5 hours of video content

Meet the Presenter

Allison Howell, LMFT

Allison is one of the Co-Founders of Northstar Counseling Center and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of Kentucky. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Anderson University and a Master of Science in Counseling with a specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy from Campbellsville University. Allison is also passionate about supporting the growth, expansion, and education of Marriage and Family Therapists and is an AAMFT Approved Clinical Supervisor and former adjunct professor at the University of Louisville with the Kent School of Social Work’s Master’s program in Couple and Family Therapy.