Join us for the SUN Continuing Education Series on May 15 as we welcome Vaughn M. Bryant, III, Ph.D., LMFT-S, LPC-S, LCDC-CCS, presenting, “Technology-Assisted Therapy & Supervision” as a VIRTUAL webinar.
Psychotherapy has been traditionally practiced in a shared space with the client and the therapist meeting face-to-face. Modern technology has enabled psychotherapy to reach out and connect with clients via live video and audio. The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed the delivery of psychotherapy in this time of social distancing and “stay at home” working.
In this three-hour virtual course, we will present the following three, one-hour modules:
- Stress and resilience to the COVID-19 pandemic
- Technology and ethics associated with private and secure live video and audio psychotherapy and clinical supervision and
- Interpersonal and psychotherapeutic dynamics in the practice of technology assisted psychotherapy and clinical supervision.
- The participant will learn how to diagnose and treat Acute Stress Disorder.
- The participant will learn the basic technologies of Technology Assisted Psychotherapy and Supervision.
- The participant will learn the ethics of delivering private and secure Technology Assisted Psychotherapy.
- The participant will learn interpersonal and psychotherapeutic dynamics in the practice of technology-assisted psychotherapy and clinical supervision.
Vaughn M. Bryant, III, Ph.D., LMFT-S, LPC-S, LCDC-CCS is a mental health specialist at J. Flowers Health Institute in Houston, Texas, providing comprehensive diagnostic evaluation and concierge wellness services. Dr. Bryant has been a mental healthcare provider, trainer and educator for 30 years.
He is licensed by the Texas Department of State Health Services as a Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT-S), Professional Counselor (LPC-S) and Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC-CCS). He also holds Approved Supervisor status on all three of those professional license boards. Dr. Bryant earned his Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Psychology (1988), Master of Arts (M.A.) in Marriage and Family Therapy (1991) and a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Psychology and Christian Counseling (2000). His career has included three decades of clinical service, clinical education and executive management experience in large corporate healthcare settings, substance use disorder treatment centers, a large military hospital, clinical pastoral care and as a professor in higher education. Dr. Bryant has a very particular set of skills that he has developed over a long career that has equipped him to identify the root cause of dysfunction and create a plan of care that moves individuals and families in the direction of recovery and wellness.
Friday, May 15, 2020
10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
3 credit hours
This CEU will take place virtually via the Zoom app. Once we have all attendees registered, we will email a meeting link.