This paper explores the new challenges that interdisciplinary health care training clinics have experienced for the respective disciplines of counseling and psychology amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Previous challenges among these disciplines has always included the differences in specialty areas, ethical codes; and practicum and internship requirements. This current qualitative self-review identified three emergent themes from a training/service delivery perspective: Cessation of In-person Training; Cessation of In-person Assessments and Therapy; and Certification Requirements for Telehealth. Each theme is discussed from both a benefit lens and a challenge lens considering a possible future time where these modifications may need to be adopted again.
Vaughn, Krystal and Hebert, George
"Challenges to Interdisciplinary Behavioral Health Training During a Pandemic: A Qualitative Self-Review,"
Louisiana Journal of Counseling: Vol. 27:
1, Article 6.
Available at: https://digitalscholar.lsuhsc.edu/ljc/vol27/iss1/6