The TeleMental Health Institute (TMHI) along with the National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs (NATSAP) announce their strategic partnership
Online PR News – 29-April-2016 – San Diego, CA – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs Announces Partnership with TeleMental Health Institute with Training Perks for its Members
26 April, 2016 San Diego, CA The TeleMental Health Institute (TMHI) along with the National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs (NATSAP) announce their strategic partnership to enhance advocacy and increased quality of services offered to therapeutic schools, residential treatment programs, wilderness programs, outdoor therapeutic programs, young adult programs and home-based residential programs working with troubled teens and adolescents. By offering professional training from TMHI, NATSAP will provide evidence-based, state-of-the-art knowledge and services to members, many of whom want to leverage the power of technology to expand their programs and assure best practices. NATSAP is encouraging its members to acquire professional training through TMHI, and is thereby doing its part to ensure its members are adhering to best practices when providing online services.
Dr. Marlene Maheu, the founder of TMHI and a pioneer in the field of telemental health, said, “TMHI is delighted to have partnered with NATSAP because of its unique and progressive focus toward supporting residential schools that seek to use telehealth technologies in constructive and reparative ways.”
NATSAP is offering convenient, 24/7, eLearning professional training through an advantageous arrangement with TMHI. Members will be allowed to access any of TMHI’s training at a significant discount.
TMHI is the world’s first online telemental health training, consulting, credentialing and staffing institute, devoted exclusively to addressing the emerging opportunities and challenges of telepsychiatry, telepsychology, distance counseling, online therapy, speech therapy and other behavioral specialties. TMHI offers convenient 24/7 internet access to 100% online training for continuing education (CE) and continuing medical education (CME) credit for these professionals with two types of Certificate Training Programs. Topics covered by TMHI professional training include risk management and best practices of behavioral telehealth (i.e., legal, ethical, practical or technical issues of video, telephone, email, or text-messaging; choosing apps and other technologies). In addition to professional training, TMHI provides consultation, credentialing and staffing for:
Medical groups seeking to expand into behavioral telehealth
Community mental health centers, addiction treatment facilities, federally qualified behavioral centers, residential treatment facilities and specialty agencies looking to serve more patients
Research projects needing telemental health program design, standardized protocols and clinical staff training
Small group and independent practitioners looking to grow practices, reduce operational costs or re-locate to other states
Technology companies searching for patient engagement, other behavioral interventions and viable partners
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National resource supporting therapeutic schools, residential treatment programs, wilderness therapy programs, outdoor therapeutic programs, young adult programs and home-based residential programs helping young people experiencing emotional and behavioral complications.