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 Utah Psychological Association

Telepsychology: Use of Technology in Supervision and Service Delivery

  • November 13, 2015
  • 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
  • 4100C Health Sciences Education Building, University of Utah


Registration is closed


UPA and the Utah Telehealth Network is pleased to offer a workshop on learning about how to ethically, legally, and effectively use telepsychology in your training program or practice.


This workshop will address:

  • ASPPB’s PsyPact and its implications for practice
  • An overview of the APA Telepsychology Guidelines
  • Trends in telehealth services
  • Local regulations regarding telepsychology
  • Billing for telepsychology services
  • HIPAA and privacy concerns
  • Technology options
  • Tips on effectively practicing using telepsychology
  • Discussion of ethical concerns related to telepsychology

Following this workshop, attendees will be able to:
Identify practical aspects of setting up a telepsychological health practice

  • Identify legal concerns specific to this type of practice, and how to ensure a legal practice
  • Identify ethical concerns related to the use of technology in therapy and supervision, and how to set up an ethical telepsychological health practice
  • Demonstrate knowledge of ways in which training directors and others responsible for training psychologists can stay abreast of changes and growth in this field, ensuring future ethical and legal practice
  • Demonstrate understanding of how to appropriately disseminate information gathered at this workshop to psychologist trainees      

This workshop will be offered in two formats:

  1.  In person at the Health Sciences Education Building on the University of Utah campus. Limited to 35 participants.  This option has reached capacity. Registrants can still register for the webinar version below.

  2. Distance training via webinar will also be available for additional participants. Webinar broadcasting is sponsored by the Utah Telehealth Network.

Those opting to participate in the webinar format must demonstrate attendance at the webinar by logging in and by passing a quiz about the webinar content with a score of 80%.

Both options are eligible for 6 CEU credits.

If you have questions about this offering by UPA, please contact Jamie Brass, jamiebrass@weber.edu

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