Cultural Competence and Telehealth (1 CEU)
November 19, 2021 | 12 pm
Presenter: Raymond Barrett, CEO (LMHC, LPC)
1 CEU - this will be a meeting and will not be recorded
Cost: Member/USC Alum - $25 (use code USC-Alum)| Nonmember - $40 | Student/USC Student - $10 (email firstname.lastname@example.org for code).
Telemental health clinicians should continuously develop their cultural competence to remain ethically compliant. By doing so, you will improve rapport with clients and ensure that cultural needs are met throughout the treatment process. Providing telehealth services often requires that clinicians work with clients outside the clinician’s own community which requires more attentiveness to cultural differences.
In this course, you will learn about:
- Cultural competence and cultural humility
- How bias and privilege can affect the therapeutic experience
- Disparities in the use of telehealth
- Health and digital literacy
- Ways to design and use technology that supports telehealth utilization and is client-centered
- Improving cultural competence on a consistent basis can help your clients feel seen and heard during your telemental health sessions.
- At the end of this meeting, participants will be able to:
- Define cultural competence and cultural humility as it relates to ethical professional practice.
- Adapt technology, assessment, and treatment services to fit specific cultural needs.
About the Presenter:
Raymond Barrett, CEO (LMHC, LPC) of the Telehealth Certification Institute LLC, is a licensed professional counselor and an expert telehealth trainer/ consultant. Ray’s passion for telehealth emerged from his experience as a clinician seeking practical, high-quality telehealth training. He is a frequent speaker for professional organizations. Since 2014, TCI has delivered comprehensive Telehealth training and consultation to a global network of more than 26,000 healthcare organizations and professionals. TCI now offers over 90 specialized courses, a vast array of telehealth resources, and ongoing free continuing education opportunities for telehealth providers.