Credits: 1 CE (after successful completion of webinar quiz)
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Speakers: Cynthia Van Keuren, PsyD, Marc B. Dielman, PhD & Paule S. Asch, PhD
Credit: 1 CE (after successful completion of webinar quiz)
Cost: OPA Member: $25 | Nonmember: $40 | Student: $10
Over the last decade psychologists have been introduced to rapidly evolving technological media. As a result, psychologists are increasingly incorporating the use of technology in their practices. To guide practitioners in the development of appropriate competencies in the use of technology, the Ohio Psychological Association has recently developed and implemented a document describing these competencies. This webinar will provide an overview of these competencies and discuss how these relate to best practices. The webinar will provide practitioners with practice strategies for implementing telehealth practices.
This webinar is designed to:
- Describe the newly adopted OPA telepsychology competency guidelines
- Explain the suggested competency skills sets required for psychologists in the state of Ohio
- Plan for practical applications for telepsychology
About the Speakers:
Cynthia Van Keuren, PsyD, Cleveland VAMC Dr. Van Keuren is the Director of the Pain Management Center’s Intensive Outpatient Program at the Cleveland VAMC. For the past four years, Dr. Van Keuren has developed and implemented pain psychology services via video teleconferencing at six outpatient centers affiliated with the Cleveland VAMC. She is also a facilitator for SCAN-ECHO, a national project promoting specialty care in rural areas through telehealth trainings.
Marc B. Dielman, PhD, Center for Solutions in Brief Therapy, Inc. Dr. Dielman is a psychologist from Sylvania, Ohio and co-chair of the OPA Communications and Technology Committee. Dr. Dielman was involved in the writing of the OPA Telepsychology Guidelines (2010) and was also instrumental in the writing of the 2013 edition of the OPA Telepsychology Competencies. Dr. Dielman has a private practice in Sylvania, Ohio where his specialties are in working with emotional, behavioral, and attention/learning issues in children and adolescents as well as assessment for memory loss and bariatric surgery in adults. He is also an adjunct instructor at Bowling Green State University and Spring Arbor University.
Paule S. Asch, PhD - Paule Asch has been a member of the CTC Committee since it began addressing concerns related to telepsychology and has been very active in addressing continuing changes in this area. She has made significant contributions to the policies and formal documents developed by this committee. Her current interest is in the use of videogames for brain and body exercising, education and research.
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