Marlene M. Maheu PhD is the Executive Director of the Telebehavioral Health Institute, She is also the Founder of the Journal for Technology in Behavioral Science and Founder / CEO of its supporting organization, the Coalition for Technology in Behavioral Science. For almost 30 years, her focus has been on telehealth legal & ethical risk management & compliance. She has served on a dozen professional association committees, task forces, and workgroups related to establishing standards and guidelines for telebehavioral health. She has written 40+ of peer-reviewed telehealth book chapters and journal articles and is the lead author of five telehealth textbooks. She currently enjoys research, training, consulting, and staffing. On a personal note, Dr. Maheu is a first-generation American, born of two immigrant parents from Quebec, Canada. Her first language being French, she learned English when she went to kindergarten in Connecticut. She now lives in San Diego with her wife and their 12-pound rescue pup, named Mimi. Drawing on her roots, she shares her Quebecois grandmother’s love of nature, she is an avid traveler, gardener, and bird watcher.
IIBHN 2021 Presentation(s)
May 6, 2021, 12:30-2:30 (MST). Virtual
Are you telehealth-competent? Telebehavioral Health Competencies for Self- Assessment, Supervision and Staff Training
- Describe the role played by competencies in telehealth workforce development decisions related to the need for professional training.
- Briefly explain how to use the CTiBS Framework for Telebehavioral Health Competencies in making staffing and training decisions for current and future telehealth service delivery across the spectrum of care.
- Name at least three areas of competency that warrant consideration for future relevance to their delivery of current as well as future telehealth services.