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BT18 Short Course 21 - Using Telehealth to Deliver Brief Therapy Interventions in Infant Mental Health - Dhara Meghani, PhD and Paulina Barahona, MS

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Short Courses |  Anxiety |  Brief Therapy |  Family Therapy
Brief Therapy Conference |  Brief Therapy Conference 2018
Dhara Meghani, PhD |  Paulina Barahona, MS
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Original Program Date:
Dec 06, 2018
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Parentline is a telehealth service developed by psychologists at University of San Francisco for families with children birth to three. Presenters will detail this protocol and its integration with the delivery of focused, skill-based interventions, which research indicates is especially supportive for new parents. Pilot study results of the protocol, which is hypothesized to increase parenting confidence, decrease anxiety and depressive symptoms, and improve perceptions of support in the first six months postpartum, will be shared.

Educational Objectives:

  1. Identify and critique how theoretical and practical foundations of Brief Therapy have informed the Parentline intervention protocol.
  2. Demonstrate how specific Brief Therapy techniques can be applied to target symptoms of postpartum depression, anxiety, and stress.
  3. Identify how Brief Therapy techniques can be successfully delivered via telehealth and examine whether this is a modality they can adapt for their own use.   

*Sessions may be edited for content and to preserve confidentiality*