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This podcast series from the National Register highlights engaging conversations on topics of interest to health service psychologists, psychology doctoral students and trainees, behavioral health clinicians, and others.
Dr. Ronelle Langley discusses transitioning clinical services from traditional face-to-face interactions to virtual formats also known as telepsychology. She talks about the importance of seeking guidance from state boards and consultation with informed colleagues in making this transition and ensuring the continued provision of high-quality psychological services through the new virtual platform.
Dr. Ronelle Langley is the Founder of the Cedar Valley Center for Resiliency and Wellbeing in Cedar Falls, Iowa, and is a licensed psychologist and executive coach who founded Executive Coaching International; in addition to her clinical work with children to adults, Ronelle has provided coaching services to Fortune 500 companies across the globe—and has taught at the University of Northern Iowa College of Business Administration. Ronelle has also been the founder of the Global Community Hub affiliated with the Presencing Institute of MIT. What started as a small team, passionate to bring training of mindfulness to their local community, grew into a global team of currently over 400 members from 57 countries. Their intention is to be a Health 4.0 Global Community to bring wholeness, partnership, and resources of health and wellbeing to communities around the world. They had their first worldwide webinar Resilient Option on April 8, 2020, attended by participants from all continents, except Antarctica.
Samuel Lustgarten, PhD, is a licensed psychologist and member of the National Register of Health Service Psychologists. Over the last seven years, he has worked to examine the intersections between technology and psychology, publishing articles in American Psychologist, Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, and Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice. Dr. Lustgarten continues to work closely with clients and associates in practice and advocate for training needs when implementing telepsychology. A former assistant professor at the University of Wisconsin (Madison), Sam and his spouse have relocated to Portland, OR, where he is involved in private practice and professional activities. As a professional consultant to the Register, he facilitates connection with Associates and explores ethical considerations for technology use in professional practice.