Telehealth Video Demonstrations
For addiction workforce members considering the integration of new therapeutic methods into their daily practice, clinical demonstrations provide models for one’s own future behavior. With the continuing transition to use of telehealth, demonstrations specific to how useful treatment and recovery practices can be delivered via telehealth modality may be similarly useful to those in the addiction workforce who are navigating this terrain.
The Northwest ATTC hopes these sets of video demonstrations and accompanying resources serve as a useful support to your efforts to adopt new practices and apply them in telehealth contexts.
Telehealth EBP Video Demonstrations
The EBP set of demonstrations shows how a diverse set of clinical practitioners make use of EBPs in a telehealth environment, by following a mock patient, Shawn Adams, through a course of substance use disorder care, starting with a crisis, admission to IOP treatment, and a recurrence of use in outpatient treatment, and ending with connecting to a recovery coach for long term planning. The videos can be viewed as stand-alone or in sequence.
Produced by the Northwest ATTC in co-sponsorship with the Behavioral Health Institute and with contributions from the Pacific Southwest ATTC.
Telehealth MOUD Video Demonstrations
The MOUD set of demonstrations shows distinct clinical interactions common across the MOUD modality. Except for the first two videos, which show the mock patient from the EBP series at two more stages along his treatment trajectory, the videos in this collection are independent depictions showing different settings, patient situations, and provider types.
Produced by the Northwest ATTC in co-sponsorship with the Southeast ATTC and the ATTC Network Coordinating Office.
Clinical Supervision Skills Video Demonstrations
The Clinical Supervision Skills Video Demonstration series intends to provide examples of how to utilize specific methods taught in the Northwest ATTC clinical supervision training series. The series follows two mock supervisees and their supervisors demonstrating clinical supervision vignettes on providing feedback, building a professional development plan, and working through a corrective action. The supervisees in these videos are all relatively new to the field, making a more directive approach to supervision helpful for their stage of professional development. The videos below can be viewed as stand-alone or in sequence.
Produced by the Northwest ATTC. We thank Paul Hunziker for his development of these videos and the clinicians involved for their conceptual contributions to the development of these characters and the supervisory scenarios.