Join Jeff Roberts as he unpacks the issues and considerations that can arise when we deliver clinical services online. One of the results of COVID-19 has been the emergence of online service delivery for clinicians.
This webinar will explore the ethical arguments for and against engagement in online counselling and will examine topics including privacy, confidentiality, and security issues, the need for special training, communication issues specific to online delivery and more.
Professionals who deliver online services to their clients, including community organisation workers, school staff, health professionals, youth workers, child and family workers, clinicians and counsellors.
About the presenter
Jeff Roberts is a clinical psychologist with more than 15 years’ experience in counselling, working in a variety of mental health settings in Australia and overseas. Jeff is highly experienced in performing IQ, personality and memory testing. He specialises in men's health, and is also experienced working with the LGBTQI+ community on a range of different issues including depression, anxiety, sexual health and interpersonal issues. Jeff has experience working with the corporate sector, providing coaching, training and leadership development.
75 minutes of content and 15 minutes of moderated Q&As.
Registrations close 24 hours before the webinar start time. In addition to the live event link, all registrants will receive a link to the webinar recording post-event.
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In order to participate in this webinar, you will need access to the following:
- Desktop or laptop computer
- Reliable internet connection
- Webcam (built in to your computer, or input separately)
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