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Distance Therapy in 2022: Keys to Ethical and Legal Practice

  • 30 Sep 2022
  • 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  • Beaman A & B in the Curb Event Center, Belmont University Nashville

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Distance Therapy in 2022: Keys to Ethical and Legal Practice

Friday, September 30, 2022

9:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.

Registration begins at 8:30 A.M.

Beaman A & B

4 CEs available through TNAMFT

Terry Casey, Ph.D., is a Licensed Psychologist, HSP with over 35 years of professional experience in private practice, outpatient, hospital, community mental health, and educational settings. He maintains a private practice in Franklin, Tennessee where he provides therapy, consultation services, and clinical supervision. He conducts webinars and seminars on a regular basis for PESI (a national continuing education organization). He is also on the faculty with Lipscomb University's CACREP-accredited M.S. program in Clinical Mental Health Counseling where he has taught Ethics and Professional Issues in Counseling and other courses since 2007. Dr. Casey served for 17 years as the Clinical Director for AGAPE, a non-profit agency with 30-plus therapists at 19 locations. Further, he was the Chair of the Ethics Committee for a state professional organization for 5 years. For more information visit his practice website at rencounselingtn.com.

There has never been a time when distance therapy services have been more important to counseling and mental health professionals. Learn the essentials for ethically and legally navigating distance therapy services. 

This seminar:

  • Serves as an ethical and legal guide for therapists who provide distance therapy
  • Provides the Six Keys to providing distance therapy ethically and legally
  • Clarifies the legal issues pertaining to practicing across state lines 
  • Explains important, often misunderstood issues in distance therapy.
  • Provides participants with a practical and effective model of ethical decision-making.
  • Uses clinical vignettes to illustrate real-world dilemmas in distance therapy.
  • Identifies hidden risks of providing distance therapy.


This conference is free for Belmont University students, faculty, and site supervisors. Please email Cory Bishop at cory.bishop@belmont.edu for registration if you are a Belmont stakeholder.


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