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Karen Schneller, MFT, CEDS, BC-TMH is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Certified Eating Disorder Specialist in the states of California, Texas and Ohio. Additionally, she is Board Certified in TeleMental Health (BCTMH) which is an advanced certification in the laws and ethics of delivering therapeutic services via web-based platforms. Karen is excited to be on the forefront of expanding access through telebehavioral health to connect with patients in areas where specialized services may not be available. Karen has been working in the field of eating disorders since 2003 and has experience in all levels of care. She believes we all have a right to occupy space in the world, no matter our size, and that inclusive, trauma-informed care needs to be more accessible. She treats clients located in California, Texas, and Ohio via secure and reliable telehealth services.
We discuss topics including:
- Learning law and ethics virtually
- Licensing issues
- Safety protocols when working virtually
- Showing up differently online than in person
- Screening patients before starting with them remotely