Providing Telehealth Services

Telehealth was developed by

World Health Organization United Nations NASA Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Commonality Barriers are barriers that are basically concerned with

Money Healthcare Digital Methodology Gadgets

TAC is defined as

Technology Assertive Counselor Technology-Assisted Care Technology Assumption Care Technology Assertive Community

CMHC is defined as

Community Mental Health Center Channel Mental Health Care Community Mental Health Counselor Channel Mental Health Community

Master Clinician Notes are

The Assertive Community Treatment The Co-Occurring Disorders The Technology-Assisted Care Comments from the point of view of an experienced clinician about the strategies used, possible alternative techniques, and insights into what the client or prospective client may be thinking

In a Web-Based Prevention, Outreach, and Early Intervention Program for Young adults delivers intervention content through

engaging technologies such as audio, video, text, and other interactive tools. Walkie Talky Pager Bluetooth

The characteristics of Digital Comprehensive Assessment Tools are

Burdensome Digital Tools Digital Tools saves time and cost; free up clinicians schedules so they can focus on the issues Digital tools that do not help at all Personal meetings with the clients

Issues to consider in developing a Web-Based Outreach and Early Intervention Program are

Is the developer well known, can the developer references be checked Is the client comfortable with digital tools Is the client comfortable with personal meetings Is the client comfortable with 24/7 monitoring

The advantages of using Web-Based Programs in Counseling are

Discourage self-assessment Does not reinforce stress management strategies Lack of immediacy of in-person meetings Encourage self-assessment, reinforce stress management strategies or plans, foster provision of well-developed, clear action plans, and open additional avenues for noncrisis support

The Disadvantages of using Web-Based Programs in Counseling are

Lack the immediacy of in-person meetings Encourage Assessment Reinforce Stress Management Open Additional Avenues for Noncrisis Support

Master Clinician Advised that counselor and administrators should be sure that clients fully understand how their agency’s Web-based communications system works so that clients have realistic expectations about counselor availability and so on.

True False

To help clients with Automated Check-In Systems you can

Encourage the client to tailor the information exchanged to his own recovery goals Discourage clients in using digital technology Discourage clients in participating the therapy Discourage clients in attending the therapy

Studies suggest that computer-assisted self-interview instruments demonstrates that clients are sometimes more forthcoming about sensitive, embarrassing, or shameful information when disclosing to a computer program than they are during in-person interviews. 

True False

Double Trouble in Recovery is a 12-Step Program for people with 

Eating Disorders CODs Substance Abuse Alcoholic Abuse

An avatar can be use to represent the client’s or person’s online identity.

True False

The Ground Rules for Pretreatment Telephone or Video Groups are

One person talks at a time, each caller says their names before they speak, everyone has the opportunity to talk Everyone can talk simultaneously Everyone does not have the opportunity to talk Everyone is discouraged to attend the conference

To get assistance during Telephone or Video Group Meetings must

Let the group know what is going on and avoid disclosing personal information about any individual in group. Disclose information of a member of a group to the group meeting Do not let the group know what is going on Discourage the group in attending the meeting

For clients who wish to exchange personal information, the clinicians can help them manage their privacy through

Disclosing their private information without consent Review guidelines for anonymity regularly in groups and individually, distribute information about how to control access to private/identifying information before the clients participate in online interactions Do not help the clients in managing their privacy Discourage the clients in managing their privacy

Special populations include individuals

Who lives in urban areas Whose employment does not limit their options for regularly schedule services Who live in rural and remote areas, people with disabilities that limit access, individual whose employment limits their options for regularly schedule services, and people who will not access services through conventional methods. Who can access services through conventional methods

There are considerations to take prior to the first session with a Deaf Client

Certified Interpreter who is competent in the language of the client Non-certified Interpreter who is not competent in the language of the client No noting the needs of the client to proceed on in conference using digital tools Discouraging clients in attending the session

CDI stands for

Counsel of Deaf Interpreters Culture of Deaf Interpreters Community of Deaf Interpreters Certified Deaf Interpreters

In introducing a new technology-based strategy, it needs to be 

Transparent, clearly stated, and offered in the context of trusting, supportive therapeutic alliance Non-transparent and unsupported therapeutic alliance Non-trusted applications Privacy invading applications

An action plan is defined as

The use of Tablets The use of Mobile Phones Tool that allows clients, in concert with a counselor, to identify and add triggers related to a variety of circumstances as well as coping strategies for each trigger, into an app. Digital Tools

Telemedicine refers to

Remote clinical services Non-clinical services Administrative meetings Continuing medical education

Treatment acceptability is known as

Culture shock To whether patients consider treatment to be relevant, beneficial, and worthwhile. Digital tools Telemedicine