Tag Archives: online therapy

Licensing Board Issues Warning to Patients who Travel Out of State! (Regarding Telephone Counseling / Psychotherapy)

Suppose that you have been treating or counseling an adult individual, or a couple, or a child for a period of time for a particular [...]

Online Counseling & Staying Protected

With the growing popularity and rapidly-improving technology of video conferencing, many therapists and doctors are turning towards the [...]

Online Patient Communication Risks

We are in a new age of therapy and coaching: Where practitioners once counseled their patients on-on-one (remember the iconic [...]

Online Counseling And Therapy

There are certain ethics involved in providing coaching and when you’re doing it online, the risks become even more pronounced.

Online Therapy

Where does the therapy occur when a therapist in State “A” is treating a client or patient online who resides in State “B?”

Online Therapy – HIPAA

Among the many requirements of HIPAA, perhaps the most important one pertains to the Notice of Privacy Practices, which “covered [...]

Online Therapy – Disclosure

Whether or not required by state law or regulation, therapists who practice online therapy (e.g., intrastate) would be wise to make [...]

Telemedicine – Hours of Experience Toward Licensure?

How does the licensing board in your state handle the acceptability of hours of experience toward licensure as a counselor or therapist [...]

Online Education/Online Therapy

It is interesting to me that online education has recently gained, and likely will continue to gain, increased acceptance nationwide. I [...]

Online Therapy

The following was originally published in April 2005. To read more be sure to visit the Online Therapy/Telemedicine category of the Archives.