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Managing a Psychology Practice During COVID-19 and Beyond (1.5 CE)
Friday, September 16, 2022, 12:00 AM - 1:30 PM EDT
Category: NJPA Programs

LIVE WEBINAR! Managing a Psychology Practice During COVID-19 and Beyond (1.5 CE)
Presenter: Allen H. Weg, EdD

Dr. Allen Weg is a New Jersey Licensed Psychologist. He is Founder and Executive Director of Stress and Anxiety Services of NJ, an independent group practice specializing in individual as well as group cognitive behavioral treatment of anxiety disorders in children, adolescents, and adults, with offices in East Brunswick and Florham Park. At present, the practice, made up of 13 licensed psychologists and clinical social workers plus several psychologists in training and administrative staff, has been 90% virtual.

Allen is also Co-Founder and Past President on the Board of Directors of OCD New Jersey, an affiliate of the International OCD Foundation, where he is a member on the Scientific and Clinical Advisory Board. 

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Friday, September 16, 2022
12:00pm – 1:30pm

NJPA Member: $30| NJPA Sustaining Member: $25.50 | NJPA ECP Member: $22.50
NJPA Emeritus:  $15 | NJPA Student Member: $15 | Non-NJPA Member: $45

Program Narrative:

COVID19 threw all of us completely into the virtual world of telehealth treatment, whether we were ready for it or not. As we move from pandemic to endemic, it is likely that telehealth will remain an enduring component of our work, and the practice of psychology will never be again as it once was. This presentation will focus on the cognitive and behavioral changes necessary for psychologists to adapt their practices to the age of COVID, but also the age of PSYPACT, multinational corporate online therapy organizations, and all-in-one service companies. The landscape of the delivery of mental health services is changing dramatically. Are you ready for it?

Learning Objectives"
1. List the important components to cover in a telehealth agreement with clients as well as one with employee clinicians.

2. Design proactive changes in the organization of one’s independent practice to adapt to the new reality of telehealth service.

3. Describe guidelines and restrictions to preserve confidentiality when utilizing telehealth in psychological practice.

4. Use telehealth services to enhance therapy in ways that would be difficult or impossible with in-person therapy.

5. Develop interventions to protect your practice from the competition of “big business” therapy services.

Level of Learning – Introductory

Target Audience – Psychologists

Program Cost – Live Webinar Fees includes CE Certificate

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This workshop is sponsored by NJPA. NJPA is approved by the American Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists. NJPA maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

This program is NOT approved for NYSED credit.

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