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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 [...]
With the growing popularity and rapidly-improving technology of video conferencing, many therapists and doctors are turning towards the [...]
We are in a new age of therapy and coaching: Where practitioners once counseled their patients on-on-one (remember the iconic [...]
There are certain ethics involved in providing coaching and when you’re doing it online, the risks become even more pronounced.
Where does the therapy occur when a therapist in State “A” is treating a client or patient online who resides in State “B?”
Among the many requirements of HIPAA, perhaps the most important one pertains to the Notice of Privacy Practices, which “covered [...]
Whether or not required by state law or regulation, therapists who practice online therapy (e.g., intrastate) would be wise to make [...]
How does the licensing board in your state handle the acceptability of hours of experience toward licensure as a counselor or therapist [...]
It is interesting to me that online education has recently gained, and likely will continue to gain, increased acceptance nationwide. I [...]
The following was originally published in April 2005. To read more be sure to visit the Online Therapy/Telemedicine category of the Archives.