TeleBehavioral Health 101 Series

TeleBehavioral Health 101 Series

Started Dec 14, 2020


Full program description

This CME-accredited 6-part series will provide you with basic information and knowledge for delivering behavioral health and mental health services via telemedicine, addressing the following topics:

  • Introduction to TeleBehavioral Health and Policy Overview*
  • Getting started: Facts & Myths, and Security & Privacy
  • Digital Health Do’s & Don’t’s, Workflows, & Safety Planning
  • Billing and Reimbursement for TeleBehavioral Health
  • Clinical Engagement over Telehealth
  • Clinical Supervision in Telehealth

For Washington State Providers: “Introduction to TeleBehavioral Health and Policy Overview,” meets the requirements for telehealth training as established by Washington SSB6061, effective January 2021. Completion of a brief quiz is required. 


There are no prerequisites: learners are not required to take the series sequentially, nor are learners required to take all of the sessions in the series in order to obtain continuing education credits or a certificate of completion. 


At the completion of each session in the series, learners will be asked to complete an evaluation which will lead to a personalized Certificate of Completion, as well as information about obtaining Continuing Medical Education credits. Each course is worth 1 credit hour of continuing education. Please contact the University of Washington CME office with any questions regarding CME credits.