Richmond Area Counselors Association
(A chapter of the Virginia Counselors Association)
Ethics and Telehealth in the age of COVID-19
Presenter: AIMEE BRICKNER, PH.D., LPC
This presentation will focus on ethical
considerations for the use of telehealth
in a variety of counseling settings. It will
be interactive so be prepared to
discuss, ponder, consult, and
collaborate--all of the hallmarks of an
ethical decision making process.
RACA Members - Free!
All Others: $5
(Attendees can earn 1 NBCC CE Hour)
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