Legal & Ethical Issues for Mental Health Professionals, Volume 2: Revised 2020

Legal & Ethical Issues for Mental Health Professionals, Volume 2: Revised 2020

with Stephen Feldman
Finally, a pragmatic, informative and engaging video that offers solutions and suggestions for the most common legal and ethical dilemmas confronting mental health practitioners. Updated 2020 to include changes in practices due to use of technology and other trends.
Legal and Ethical Issues for Mental Health Professionals: Revised 2020

Legal and Ethical Issues for Mental Health Professionals: Revised 2020

with Stephen Feldman
Finally, a video program to fulfill your legal and ethical CE requirements that is not only indispensable for daily practice, but also engaging, entertaining and informative. Updated 2020 to include changes in laws, use of technology, and more!
Telehealth: Legal and Ethical Issues

Telehealth: Legal and Ethical Issues

with Stephen Feldman
Learn about the legal and ethical issues surrounding telehealth, and discover specific, practical solutions for providing effective, compliant telehealth services to your clients in this discussion with Stephen Feldman, JD.
Experiential Techniques for Deepening Inner Exploration: Part 1

Experiential Techniques for Deepening Inner Exploration: Part 1

with Victor Yalom
Victor Yalom demonstrates powerful techniques to help clients go deeper into their immediate internal experience so they can discover new facets of themselves, including thoughts, feelings, and bodily sensations. 
Working Online with Suicidal Clients in the Age of COVID

Working Online with Suicidal Clients in the Age of COVID

with John Sommers-Flanagan
How has the rapid shift to online therapy affected the way we work with suicidal clients? Victor Yalom and John Sommers-Flanagan discuss how to effectively engage, assess and monitor suicidal clients in the age of online therapy and the impact that COVID has had on suicidality.
Jessica Stone on Play Therapy in the Digital Age

Jessica Stone on Play Therapy in the Digital Age

Crossing the digital divide with young clients can lead to great therapeutic strides.
Online Therapy: An Unexpected Space of Freedom

Online Therapy: An Unexpected Space of Freedom

with Anastasia Piatakhina Giré
International psychotherapist Anastasia Piatakhina provides a place of refuge and healing through online therapy with women living in oppressive societies.
Are High-Risk Clients Suitable for Online Psychotherapy?

Are High-Risk Clients Suitable for Online Psychotherapy?

with Anastasia Piatakhina Giré & Joseph Burgo, PhD
Two psychotherapists seasoned in long-distance Skype therapy discuss the unique challenges—and advantages—to treating high-risk clients online.
Family Therapy in the Age of Zoom: What a Long Strange Trip Itʼs Been

Family Therapy in the Age of Zoom: What a Long Strange Trip Itʼs Been

with Jay Lappin
An old-school family therapist attempts to reconcile the distancing forced upon us by the pandemic.
How an Anti-Tech Group Therapist Became a True Believer

How an Anti-Tech Group Therapist Became a True Believer

with Sean Grover
A self-professed techno-dinosaur share the lessons he learned evolving to meet the demands of online group therapy.
Who’s Listening? Smartphones and Psychotherapy

Who’s Listening? Smartphones and Psychotherapy

with Maggie Mulqueen
Maggie Mulqueen asks fellow therapists to consider the good, bad and ugly of client cell phone use in session.
In Bed With Your Therapist: The Paradoxical Intimacy of Online Psychotherapy

In Bed With Your Therapist: The Paradoxical Intimacy of Online Psychotherapy

with Anastasia Piatakhina Giré & Joseph Burgo, PhD
Psychotherapists Anastasia Piatakhina Giré and Joseph Burgo, who conduct therapy with clients around the world over Skype, share about the unique aspects of being let into the intimate spaces of their clients homes.
Train Professionals, Not Just Therapists

Train Professionals, Not Just Therapists

with Sarah Epstein
The fantasy of moving into a lucrative career may be just that for newly graduated clinicians lacking professional savvy.
Working with Teens: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Working with Teens: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

with Donna C. Moss
While shepherding her own children through adolescence, Donna C. Moss soon realized that working therapeutically with teens was a whole different challenge.
Lynn Grodzki on Building a Successful Private Practice

Lynn Grodzki on Building a Successful Private Practice

Psychotherapist and business coach Lynn Grodski describes the challenges that many clinicians face in private practice, and the necessary steps to building a flourishing business.
Integrating Technology into Mental Healthcare: Theory and Practice

Integrating Technology into Mental Healthcare: Theory and Practice

with Russell DuBois
Integrating technology into mental health care is no longer a distant frontier.
Bret Moore on Military Psychology and Getting the Mission Done*

Bret Moore on Military Psychology and Getting the Mission Done*

Military psychologist and prescriber Bret Moore shares his rich trove of clinical insights and experiences earned during both peacetime and war.
Anastasia Piatakhina Giré on Teletherapy, Borders and Building Bridges

Anastasia Piatakhina Giré on Teletherapy, Borders and Building Bridges

Multinational, multilingual therapist Anastasia Piatakhina Giré teaches us how she builds bridges and connections with displaced clients through teletherapy.