Due to the COVID-19 crisis, we are quickly developing new telehealth therapy and intervention tools for behavioral health providers. Whether you use a phone, video platform or even text messaging to serve clients, we’ve got you covered!
One of the tenets of our mission — to enhance lives and build stronger communities through innovation — is more important than ever before. To accomplish this, we’re offering a variety of telehealth tools for therapists, clinicians, and mental health specialists. Just because these vital health professionals have to stay home doesn’t mean they can’t help those most in need. And, since anxiety and stress are on the rise, providers need every tool available to them.
Below are a few of the tools we’ve created specifically for this unique situation. Check back to this page often for updates. And be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter for the latest news!
CBT for Very Anxious Times Telehealth Therapy e-Books
We have a series of new e-books designed for telehealth. Each volume of CBT for Very Anxious Times contains cognitive behavioral-based interventions designed for remote treatment. If you are a mental health provider, check out these instantly downloadable manuals! Volumes are specified for psychotherapy or TBS/CPST services.
Free Telehealth Tool for Behavioral Health Providers
As part of OhioGuidestone, we know that clients in community mental health and social services require more than psychotherapy alone. In addition to therapists, our staff includes specialists and paraprofessionals who need support in their work, too.
Because of this perspective, we created the Behavioral Health Phone Psychoeducational and Therapeutic Intervention Tool for behavioral health providers. And we’re offering it to everyone — at no cost.
This telehealth tool offers interventions for treating anxiety, depression, PTSD, ADHD, and substance use disorders. To get your copy, email us at IFCI@ohioguidestone.org.
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