This landmark primer in telebehavioral health addresses the functional elements of technology-assisted therapy with individuals, couples, and families. Leaders and innovators in the field contribute unique perspectives to help students and practitioners prepare for and productively engage in virtual counseling and supervision. Using reader-friendly language, the authors discuss ethical, legal, regulatory, and practical considerations for using the right technology in secure and confidential ways to best serve clients and supervisees. Diverse case scenarios, questions for further discussion, and useful appendices enhance this rich and current resource.
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Age restriction: 0+
Size: 340 pp. 13 illustrations
Editors:Daniel G. Williamson, Jennifer Nivin Williamson