Engaging Children and Teens in Telemental Health

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Featuring:

Mary Karapetian Alvord, PhD
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Professional
Tuesday, April 07, 2020 1:01 pm
- 1:55 pm ET
Level
Introductory
Category
Treatment

The COVID19 pandemic has required mental health practitioners to shift from providing largely in-person therapeutic intervention, to operating a complete Telemental Health psychotherapy practice.  This change not only requires knowledge of ethical and legal requirements (i.e. informed consent, emergency back-up plans) but also the application of clinical strategies face-to-face over the internet. 

This brief training will focus on strategies for clinicians to engage children and teens in individual and group psychotherapy, during (and after) this unprecedented time of physical distancing.  
 
Learning Objective:

  • Participants will be able to apply at least two strategies to successfully engage a child, teen, or family when using telemental health
     
Presenter(s) Biography

Mary Karapetian Alvord, PhD

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Member Since 1995

Mary K. Alvord, Ph.D. is a psychologist with more than 40 years of clinical experience and is Founder and President of Resilience Across Borders, Inc. with a mission to promote mental health wellness to children and teens who might not otherwise have access.  Dr. Alvord is also director of Alvord, Baker & Associates. She specializes in treating children, adolescents, and adults using evidenced-based therapies. A central focus is building resilience in children.  She has published articles and chapters on resilience and stress over the past 20 years and has co-authored two books, Conquer Negative Thinking for Teens and Resilience Builder Program for children and adolescents. 

Dr. Alvord and ADAA

"Although I have been an ADAA member for more than 20 years, I have become most involved in the past 6 years. My draw in recent years has been the complementary blend of evidence-based science and clinical practice. Bridging the gap between science and practice isn’t just a good name for a symposium, it’s a necessity! Regularly attending the annual conferences, presenting and participating in webinars, and most recently co-hosting the Twitter chat on #HolidayDepression has provided another professional home. I have been an APA Public Education Coordinator for over a decade. The mission is to disseminate accurate information about mental health to the public, promote mental health, and reduce stigma. ADAA is true to that mission, which I highly value. Professionally, I enjoy access to the expertise of others through the webinars and talks. I especially enjoy the master clinician workshops that provide more in-depth learning from experts. In addition to the professional stimulation and learning new information that I can apply, I enjoy the camaraderie of ADAA members. And the staff are great too, adding a welcoming note to all!"

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