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The first national seminar in text-based psychotherapy

Despite the widespread adoption of text-based psychotherapy, to date therapists have not had guidance on best practices available for this method of intervention. Led by national experts in text-based psychotherapy Trusst Health Inc. is now offering a science backed training available to all therapists. The unique, validated Silver training includes a 2.5 hour live seminar. This first-of-its-kind seminar includes training for telemental health service, and training in specific text message-based therapy techniques from the latest scientific evidence. Included in the text-based training for therapists are best practices for delivering psychoeducation, behavioral tailoring, cognitive behavioral therapy, and illness management. 

Seminar Overview

2.5 hour live seminar learning objectives include the following:
Understand the delivery of psychoeducation through text messaging.
Understand the delivery of behavioral tailoring through text messaging.
Understand the delivery of cognitive-behavioral therapy through text messaging.
Understand the delivery of illness management through text messaging.

Presenters Qualifications
Bill Hudenko - MA, PhD -  CEO at Trusst
Dr. Hudenko is a licensed psychologist, a researcher, and a professor who holds a joint appointment as a faculty member at Dartmouth College’s Geisel School of Medicine and Dartmouth College’s Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences. His research focuses on the use of technology to improve mental health delivery and patient outcomes. Dr. Hudenko has first-hand experience developing technology and startups. He served as a software engineer and database administrator for the National Center for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

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