Essential Telehealth

Josh Klapperick 0 287

The 20-hour, four module telehealth program will provide important information to bring mental health clinicians up to date on best practice guidelines, approaches, infrastructure and techniques for teleconferencing-based treatment. Additionally, this program will provide guidelines for best ethical decision-making processes to guide treatment decision making and establish a clear record of the ethical decision-making process to increase protection from liability and practice complaint issues while providing distance-based services.

Essential Telehealth

Josh Klapperick 0 287

The 20-hour, four module telehealth program will provide important information to bring mental health clinicians up to date on best practice guidelines, approaches, infrastructure and techniques for teleconferencing-based treatment. Additionally, this program will provide guidelines for best ethical decision-making processes to guide treatment decision making and establish a clear record of the ethical decision-making process to increase protection from liability and practice complaint issues while providing distance-based services.

Essential Telehealth

Josh Klapperick 0 287

The 20-hour, four module telehealth program will provide important information to bring mental health clinicians up to date on best practice guidelines, approaches, infrastructure and techniques for teleconferencing-based treatment. Additionally, this program will provide guidelines for best ethical decision-making processes to guide treatment decision making and establish a clear record of the ethical decision-making process to increase protection from liability and practice complaint issues while providing distance-based services.

The Most Common Form of Family Violence: Sibling Aggression and Abuse

Josh Klapperick 0 108

In this interactive session, participants will learn that sibling aggression is the most common form of family violence, but it is often minimized or dismissed. Research findings will be presented on the prevalence of sibling aggression (including variation by socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity, ability, and gender), types of sibling aggression (i.e., physical, property, psychological, sexual), and the associations between sibling aggression and mental and physical health. Participants will learn how to disentangle sibling rivalry from sibling aggression and abuse (SAA). The discussion will be informed by research on perceptions of SAA among practitioners and individuals from diverse cultural backgrounds.

Human Trafficking for Service Providers

Josh Klapperick 0 106

Human trafficking is happening in NH, in our backyard. We’re seeing it across all 10 counties, from rural to urban settings. At this workshop participants will learn about human trafficking, what it looks like in NH, vulnerability factors, recruitment and control tactics and how to provide trauma-informed support to victims and survivors.

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