Spring Teletherapy CEUs Workshop in Ethics, Diagnosis, & Family Therapy

Spring Teletherapy CEUs Workshop in Ethics, Diagnosis, & Family Therapy (4.5 hrs)

Join Dr. Roy A. Salgado & Dr. Matt Morris for their spring workshop, providing clinicians with the necessary skills for telemental health.

Serenity Now! Change the Things You Can- A Guide to Implementing Your Professional Will

  • Friday April 29th @ 9:00am
  • 1.5 CEUs

What would happen to your practice in the event of your untimely demise? Are you prepared? Who do you want to take over, or follow up with your clients?

Protect your clients and yourself by developing a comprehensive plan now, under the guidance of Adrienne Ganucheau, an estate-planning attorney and expert.

This course will credit as 1.5hrs in ethics.

Counseling Couples over Telehealth

  • Friday April 29th @ 10:45am
  • 1.5 CEUs

Counseling couples is hard enough in person, but how does it work in a teletherapy environment? Together we’ll explore the best practices for counseling couples virtually using teletherapy tools while creating therapeutic moments of meaningful connection.

This course will credit as 1.5 hrs in general MFT or Teletherapy.

The Diagnosis and Treatment of Anxiety Disorders through Telemental Health

  • Friday April 29th @ 12:30pm
  • 1.5 CEUs

How do the skills of assessment and diagnosis translate to the teletherapy environment? Learn to recognize, observe, and assess clinical symptoms of anxiety within the modality of telehealth.

The session will explore the scholarship on conducting assessments and mental status exams using teletherapy. Participants will gain understanding and experience with diagnosing anxiety teletherapy, in both individual and family constellations.

This course will credit as 1.5hrs in Diagnosis or Teletherapy.


Speaker Bios:

Dr. Roy A. Salgado, Jr., LMFT-S, LPC-S, NCC

Dr. Roy A. Salgado, Jr., LMFT-S, LPC-S, NCC received his B.S. in Psychology from Tulane University in 1995. He received his Master’s degree in Counseling in 2000 and Ph.D. in Counselor Education in 2003 from the University of New Orleans. Dr. Salgado has also worked as a teacher for the Archdiocese of New Orleans School System. In addition to his teaching experience, he has had diverse experiences as a counselor at an elementary school, a high school, a child and adolescent youth ranch, a community agency, and in private practice. Dr. Salgado has a position as an Associate Professor of Counseling and Behavioral Sciences at Our Load of Holy Cross College where he has been on faculty teaching at the graduate and undergraduate levels since 2006.



Dr. Matt Morris, LPC-S, LMFT-S

Dr. Matt Morris, LPC-S, LMFT-S has a Ph.D. specializing in Family Therapy from Virginia Tech. He is licensed as both a Professional Counselor (LPC) and Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) in Louisiana and has more than a decade of experience in counseling families. Dr. Morris is a Board-approved supervisor to counselors and therapists and is an AAMFT Approved Supervisor. Dr. Morris is also a Professor of Counseling at the University of Holy Cross where he trains counselors, studies families, reads a lot, and generally has a great time doing what he loves.


Adrienne Ganucheau, Attorney at Law

Adrienne L. Ganucheau is the owner of Ganucheau Law, LLC. Adrienne graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia with Honors in Anthropology and a minor in Psychiatry. After conducting research for the Missouri Department of Health, Adrienne moved to beautiful, but crazy, New Orleans, to attend law school at Tulane University where she graduated cum laude. Adrienne previously worked for Sullivan, Stolier, and Schulze, LLC, specializing in healthcare compliance, post-Katrina healthcare network recovery, and claim recoupment litigation. At Ganucheau Law, Adrienne’s practice centers around estate planning for individuals and businesses and succession resolution. She is also outside counsel for Ochsner Health System handling judicial commitments and interdictions throughout the region and consulting on a variety of patient mental capacity questions.






This program is being offered in cooperation with the University of Holy Cross. The University of Holy Cross has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 4268. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. The University of Holy Cross is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.


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