Marquita Johnson is a graduate of Mercer University with a Master of Science in Community Counseling and Master of Divinity with a concentration in pastoral counseling. She is a licensed professional counselor in Georgia, author, approved clinical supervisor, nationally certified counselor, board certified tele-mental health counselor, certified professional counselor supervisor and core professor at Naropa University in their Mindfulness Based Transpersonal Counseling program. Marquita is currently completing her doctoral degree in Counselor Education and Supervision at Walden University.
Day 1 Session 3B - Counseling in the Digital Age: Unveiling the Potential & Pitfalls of Telehealth & AI
In today's rapidly evolving counseling landscape, the integration of technology in mental health care has become increasingly prevalent. This presentation explores the dynamic intersection of telehealth and artificial intelligence (AI) within the counseling field, shedding light on the potentials, challenges, ethical considerations, and practical strategies in the digital era of mental health care delivery.
Participants will embark on a comprehensive journey into the realm of digital counseling, delving into the transformative impact of telehealth and AI on therapeutic practice. Through a balanced exploration of opportunities and considerations, attendees will gain valuable insights to navigate the complexities of providing effective and ethical care in a technologically augmented environment.
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ClinicianFest is a 503c organization. Proceeds from ClinicianFest are used to fund the co-pays of those in need of mental health services but unable to afford such services in their entirety. We partner with over 216 vendors, agencies, private practitioners, and community support programs to support aid in communities with scarce mental healthcare access and resources. To date, we have assisted over 1100 clients in getting the care and aid they need on their journey.