Use of telehealth has become increasingly widespread out of necessity, during the pandemic. This training will focus on ethical considerations of using telehealth while attending to the nuances that particularly impact the treatment of substance use disorders. Participants will develop an understanding of ethical considerations as well as key factors in treatment delivery and compliance. Participants will learn how to create a check list of ethical considerations that can be applied and implemented in providing service to promote healing, and support recovery in an online environment.
- Participants will develop an understanding of ethical considerations in treatment delivery and compliance.
- Participants will learn how to create a check list of ethical considerations that can be applied and implemented in providing service to promote healing, and support recovery in an online environment.
Dr. Marcelle Giovannetti is a full time Assistant Professor at Messiah University’s Graduate Counseling Program in Pennsylvania. She also works part-time as a clinician in private practice and is the owner of Courageous Hope Counseling LLC. She has presented on numerous occasions at national, regional, state and local conferences. She has been an educational training for the PA certification board. Marcelle earned her Doctoral degree in Counselor Education and Supervision and her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Shippensburg University. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Elizabethtown College . She has a postgraduate certificate in Social Justice from Harvard University. Her areas of clinical expertise in counseling include substance use disorders, co-occurring disorders, trauma and multicultural counseling. Marcelle is a certified Drug & Alcohol counselor (CADC), an Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS), a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC), a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in PA and a certified EMDR therapist and Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP-II). She currently serves as Vice President on the PA certification board and is chair of the ethics committee. She is passionate about social justice, working with marginalized groups and advocating for equitable access to education, treatment and care.