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Using Telemental Health to Treat Juvenile Sex Offenders

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Downloadable e-book of course slides, a downloadable certificate of completion, and course video(s).

Description


This course does not offer CE Credits. The same course is available for purchase and offers 1 CE hour for behavioral health clinicians.  See "related products" below.

Juvenile sex offenders often face a double sentence: their actions and the struggle to find qualified treatment. 

The scarcity of providers willing to offer them the crucial mental health services they desperately need leaves these youth with limited support and interventions to address their behavior and prevent reoffending.

The use of telemental health can change that.

Dr. April Crable, a recognized expert in teletherapy, crisis intervention, and sex offender treatment, has curated a one-hour self-study course that provides insights into how mental health practitioners like you can use telemental health to bridge the gap in providing convenient, appropriate mental health assessments and treatment to specialized treatment populations such as juvenile sex offenders.

In this non-interactive course, she addresses the challenges, benefits, and ethical implications of using teletherapy to treat this population.   

By the end of this course, you will walk away with the essential skills and knowledge to reach and deliver effective treatment to juvenile sex offenders remotely, regardless of location.

You will learn to:

  • Understand the different types of juvenile sex offenders and their characteristics.
  • Identify the risks and needs associated with working with this population
  • Understand the benefits of using telemental health in treating juvenile sex offenders.
  • Navigate the ethical implications of using telemental health with juvenile sex offenders.
  • Evaluate the legal considerations and implications of providing telemental health services to juvenile sex offenders.

Plus, Dr. Crable will provide an overview of the current research regarding the use of telemental mental health and juvenile sex offenders.

Don't let limited access become a barrier to positive change. 

Register today and arm yourself with the tools to deliver essential services and potentially transform the lives of these young people.

This is a non-interactive, self-study course recorded from a live webinar presented by Dr. April R. Crable on March 23, 2021.

Instruction consists of 1 hour of video instruction and a course evaluation.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of training, behavioral health clinicians will be able to:

Learning Objectives:

  • 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.

Course Availability

From the time of registration, you have six months to access the coursework.

Instructor

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.

CE Hours

This course does not offer CE credits, just great content.

The same course is available for purchase and offers 3 CE hours for behavioral health clinicians. See "related products" below.

Participants may request a printed version of their certificate of attendance to be delivered by mail. A shipping/handling fee of $6.95 will be charged per request. Shipping internationally may require an additional charge.

This is a non-interactive, self-study course.

How to Complete the Course and Earn Your Certificate

To receive your certificate of attendance you must complete the course in its entirety.

To complete a Training Video Course, one must register, log in, select the My Courses option from the menu items, click the Course Title, attend to the video content, and complete the course evaluation, then claim the certificate of attendance.

You can download or print your certificate of completion by logging into your account, navigating to the course by selecting the My Courses option from the menu items, clicking the Course Title, scrolling to the Certificate of Completion section, and clicking on the Certificate of Completion link to either download it or print it.

Participants may request a printed version of their certificate of completion to be delivered by mail. A shipping/handling fee of $6.95 will be charged per request. Shipping internationally may require an additional charge.

Directions for completing a course can be found by clicking here.

Course Policies

Accommodations for Individuals with Disabilities

Click here to view our Accommodations for Individuals with Disabilities.

Cancellation Policy

Refunds are offered within the first 30 days for courses which have not been completed.  There is a 10% service fee for refunds.

Grievance Policy

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Communication

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Who Should Attend

This course is intended for clinicians who provide behavioral health services.

Teaching Methods

This is a non-interactive, self-study course. Teaching methods for this course include recorded lectures, videos, a post-test, and a course evaluation.  The courses may include required reading.

This course was recorded 3/23/21

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