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Webinar: PTSD, TBI, and Telehealth Lessons Learned in the Era of COVID-19

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The recent COVID 19 pandemic has brought strong interest among consumers and providers of counseling and therapy. Many insurance carriers are now encouraging providers to use various Telehealth modalities to provide services. This session will provide an opportunity for attendees to share lessons learned after 8 months of the pandemic and how we can use this knowledge going forward with a variety of clients. There will be an emphasis on consumers who suffer from trauma, stress disorders and neurocognitive disorders.

Learning Objectives

  1. Implement techniques of Telehealth delivery of services to patients with PTSD and TBI.
  2. Demonstrate knowledge of ethical principles in service delivery via Telehealth.
  3. Develop a triage plan for Telehealth services with patients who have limited computer skills.
  4. Articulate best practices in Telehealth for rehabilitation counseling and life care planning.


  • Joseph Law, MS, Ed.D., LPC, Licensed Psychologist

    Dr. Law served numerous tours in the infantry during the Vietnam War, then turned his efforts toward providing care to disabled veterans. He has worked in a variety of settings, including as a VA psychologist and rehabilitation provider, VA consultant, and SS vocational expert. He is now a retired university professor and in private practice.

September 9, 2020
Wed 1:00 PM CDT

Duration 1H 0M

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