The use of telemental has been increasing over the years. However, due to the pandemic, the use of telemental health has skyrocketed in all facets of mental health. Mental health practitioners must address the pros and cons of using telemental health with specialized treatment populations such as juvenile sex offenders. This presentation will address the challenges and benefits of using telemental to treat juvenile sex offenders. Additionally, the presenter will provide an overview of the current research regarding the use of telemental mental health and juvenile sex offenders. The participants will gain insight into the ethical considerations for working with this population.
This course was recorded from a live webinar presented by Dr. April R. Crable on March 23, 2021
- Describe the prevalence and characteristics of juveniles with sexual behavior problems.
- Explain the ethical implications of using telemental health with juvenile sex offenders.
- List the legal implications of telemental mental with Juvenile sex offenders.
From the time of registration, you have six months to access the coursework.
Dr. April R. Crable, PhD, MBA, PLC, SOTP, CSAC
April R. Crable specializes in teletherapy, crisis and trauma and counseling, substance abuse, ethics, and sex offender treatment. She has been a distance educator for ten years. Dr. Crable is currently a professor and co-owner of Fruition Counseling and Consulting Services, LLC. The practice specializes in providing teletherapy services. Dr. Crable has worked in the mental health field for over a decade providing services to various populations. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the states of Arizona, Florida, Virginia, and Texas, Additionally, she is both a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor and Sex Offender Treatment Provider in the state of Virginia. Her research and teaching interests include field experience, ethics, crisis and trauma, and distance counseling and supervision.
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