Tag Archives: telemedicine

Contact with Patients Between Sessions Curtailed in California: A Dangerous Precedent

At the beginning of the professional relationship between psychotherapist and patient it is important for practitioners to think about [...]

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: Telephone Counseling/Therapy?

Is there a statute in your state that in some way regulates the practice of counseling or psychotherapy via telemedicine?

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.

Telemedicine/Telehealth – Verbal Consent

I have written about telemedicine before – when I have discussed online therapy, e-therapy, or therapy delivered via the Internet. [...]

Telepsychotherapy (E-Therapy)

One of the aspects that I have previously written about involves practicing online with patients or clients that reside (at the time of [...]

Videotaping / Risks

… Perhaps the most common component of an informed consent mentioned in state laws, ethical provisions and other sources of authority [...]