Telehealth is an umbrella term that refers to the use of various technologies for providing services to the client remotely. There are ethical considerations that a provider must account for when offering remote services to a client, using telehealth technologies. Learners will define telehealth, its scope, when it is beneficial, and when it is not, necessary documentation, and an awareness of ethical concerns that providers need to note.
In this micro-course, you will articulate the clinician’s professional and ethical responsibilities when working with clients who are directly or indirectly dealing with substance use and/or addictive behavior disorder.
Related Learning: This micro-course is also part of the APRA2000 - The Practice of Addiction Counseling Learning Path. Learn more.