You know the old saying, “Look before you leap?” You look so that you know just what you’re jumping into. You don’t want any surprise landings.
If you’re thinking about adding telehealth services to your practice, you’re not alone. Telehealth services are among the hottest, fastest growing offerings out there. ...
Telepractice is the newest addition to the field of speech and language pathology and it has gained popularity over the past three years. It is an exciting and innovating service delivery as it helps to reach individuals in remote or rural areas where speech therapy is sometimes not an option....
The practice of telemental health is rapidly growing. As its popularity and availability increase, the expectations for its practice grow with it.
Traditional standards of practice were established around the in-person therapy model. Now that telemental health has arrived, adherence to those standards and practices is being challenged and redefined. Regardless of the mode of service delivery, one thing remains constant: adherence to ethical practices and professionalism remain the same.
There’s no question, telemental health is changing the way mental health services are delivered. Research has consistently proven its effectiveness in treating a vast array of mental health disorders with a variety of populations. But so have face-to-face mental health services.
Telemental health offers a number of advantages that traditional, in-person therapy delivery may not. And, these advantages can benefit both the client and the clinician.