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Special HEDS Event! Free Ethics CEUs

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    Houston EDS

    Technology Assisted Services – A primer!

    This event is eligible for Ethics CEUs. Please feel free to share with non-HEDS members too!

    The potential to use technology assisted services (TAS) in the practice of therapy, supervision,and learning has grown exponentially and continues to grow daily. This ability to serve in exciting new ways also comes with new issues and responsibilities that need to be addressed to ensure that we are using best practices with TAS. This training will begin to address these issues and give you a primer on how to implement technology easily and ethically into your practices.

    Participants in the workshop will:
    Review some new board rules (for MFTS specifically) in Texas about TAS
    Explore creative ways to engage clients using TAS
    Discuss limits of TAS
    Discuss eating-disorder specific issues and benefits of using TAS
    Please note: While the presenter’s focus on board rules are specific to MFT’s, they are good, rigorous guidelines for TAS.  It would be positive risk management to follow them regardless of discipline.

    Presented by Stephanie Gabel-Zepeda PhD, LMFT

    Stephanie is an assistant professor and clinical director at the Houston campus of the Our Lady of the Lake for the Family Therapy program. She is also on faculty at the Taos Institute and the Houston Galveston Institute, where she co-created a 15-hour Technology Assisted Services training that she has been teaching for 2 years in the Houston area. She maintains a part-time private practice in the West University are of Houston. Her clinical interests include neurofeedback, clinical use of technology, and collaborative practices.

    When: Friday, September 7th from 11am-2pm

    Where: Our Lady of the Lake University-Houston Campus, 600 N Sam Houston Pkwy West, Houston, TX 77067 (This is the new OLLU-Houston Campus).

    Parking: The OLLU-Houston Family Therapy program shares a parking lot with a TCH Clinic at 700 N Sam Houston Parkway. It is easiest for attendees to park on the east and south sides of the building (700 N Sam Houston Parkway) to access the entrance to the building. Signs will direct attendees to the room location.

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