Clinical supervision decreases turnover, improves staff morale, and leads to better client outcomes. However for counselors working in rural or isolated settings, barriers related to time, distance, and resources may limit access to clinical supervision. Technology-based supervision may be a mechanism for building a better-trained substance use disorder treatment workforce that is able to meet the needs of clients in their own communities. This one hour presentation will provide an overview of barriers facing clinical supervision for the frontier/rural addiction treatment workforce and how technology-based supervision can address those challenges. In addition, participants will be exposed to a variety of tools for technology-based clinical supervision.
Presenter: Tobie Barton, M.A., Project Manager Center for the Application of Substance Abuse Technologies (CASAT)
The third and final presentation in this three-part series discusses special considerations for implementing motivational interviewing in teleheatlh contexts. This webinar explores the four processes of motivational interviewing, how they may be impacted by different telehealth modalities, and practical strategies for addressing barriers and enhancing effectiveness. The recording concludes with an open discussion lead by Dr. Jennifer Hettema regarding telehealth implementation of motivational interviewing.
Part II of this three-part series on adapting Motivational Interviewing for interventions provided through telehealth technologies builds on the content presented in Part I. NFAR-ATTC staff member, Carolyn Edney, conducts a second interview with Dr. Jennifer Hettema in which they discuss Focusing, Evoking, and Planning.
In Part I of a three-part series, NFAR-ATTC staff member, Carolyn Edney, interviews Jennifer Hettema, PhD from the University of New Mexico on adapting Motivational Interviewing for interventions provided using telehealth technologies. This interview includes visual illustrations and outlines the four processes of Motivational Interviewing.
Come visit in 3D! On May 13, 2014, NFAR's Telehealth Tuesday event recorded a live video streaming of behavioral health professionals experiencing first-hand what it is like to participate in a 3D Virtual World for the first time. Join NFAR and the Preferred Family Healthcare Staff as they highlight the functionality, technical/security issues and therapeutic tools of virtual environments.
Using computer-generated avatars in a 3D virtual world is becoming more common for offering behavioral health treatment services. This month’s Telehealth Tuesday event is a follow-up to the March podcast on delivering treatment services using a computer-based 3D virtual environment and will provide an opportunity for individuals to view a portal virtual services automated demonstration. In May, NFAR-ATTC will host a live video streaming of behavioral health professionals experiencing first-hand what it is like to participate in a 3D Virtual World for the first time. A group of 10 individuals will be randomally selected to create their own avatar and navigate through the virtual environment.
Turn UP the volume! NFAR-ATTC’s Project Manager, Terra Hamblin, conducts an interview with Kathy Hoppe and Jared Torbet from Preferred Family Healthcare on using avatars to interact with clients through a virtual 3-D environment. This podcast highlights the functionality, technical and security issues, and therapeutic tools of virtual environments.
Welcome to the 2nd event in the Telehealth Tuesday Media Series in which NFAR-ATTC Director Nancy Roget provides an overview of using technology-based interventions and sets the stage for future media series events. This is a self-paced interactive prese
This 1.5 hour webinar is the kickoff event for a Media Series developed by the National Frontier and Rural Addiction Technology Transfer Center (NFAR-ATTC). Each event in the Media Series is designed to highlight how telehealth technologies can be used to successfully navigate the challenges related to expanding access and enhancing services. In this first webinar, NFAR-ATTC Principal Investigator and Director Nancy Roget will provide an overview of telehealth technologies trends and discuss how the Media Series will be used to share resources currently available to prepare the field to deliver SUD treatment and recovery services using telehealth technologies.