View Recording of Remote Psychological Assessment: A Guide for Therapists & Evaluators

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted nearly all aspects of life, dramatically altering how people live, work, interact with one another, learn, and even receive necessary treatment. The psychology community has pivoted quickly, providing telehealth services, including individual and group therapy, in a safe, supportive, continuous, and confidential manner. However, some specialties of clinical psychology are seemingly harder to adapt, leaving a portion of our patients without access to care. One in five children and adolescents in the United States have learning or attention disorders, and additional students have language or psychological conditions that limit how equally they access education and assessment. To meet their needs during the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been increased attention to the logistics of and tools for conducting tele-neuropsychology. This webinar will provide practitioners and consumers with information about the logistics of tele-neuropsychology, along with other practical considerations, including appropriate referrals, risks, and ethical considerations.