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Telebehavioral Practice Basics for Social Work Educators & Clinicians Responding to COVID-19 is a Course

Telebehavioral Practice Basics for Social Work Educators & Clinicians Responding to COVID-19

Ends Aug 25, 2021

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Course Introduction

The Indiana University School of Social Work is providing this rapid introduction for the delivery of technology-mediated services. The 3 modules in this course were adapted from our IUSSW e-Social Work Practice Certificate. This course is self-paced, and by completing all modules, review activities, and quizzes, participants can earn 2 CEUs (1 Ethics CEU). The course provides basic information on risk management, ethical principles, and strategies/skills needed for the delivery of telebehavioral health services.

Module Topics

This course covers the following topics:

  • The History of Telehealth & e-Social Work Practice
  • Ethics, Best Practices, & Practicing Legally
  • Honing Your e-Social Work Practice Skills

Important note: Please make sure you are using Chrome or Firefox as your browser when taking this course. Also, please make sure you view all content pages within each module and submit the module's quiz in order to advance to the next module.

Meet the Designers



David Wilkerson, Assistant Professor, Director - MSW Direct



Samantha Wolfe Taylor, Clinical Assistant Professor - MSW Direct, Coordinator e-Social Work Graduate Certificate



Christian Deck, Visiting Lecturer



Janna Hitzeman-Crampton, Course Designer - Instructional Technology Specialist - MSW Direct


Contact MSW Direct for more information.

 

Length: 2 hours

 

Department: 
IU School of Social Work

 

Credit: Certificate

 

Audience: Social workers

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