Inpathy to Present at the New Jersey Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers Annual Conference
ATLANTIC CITY, NJ – Marlene McDermott, LMFT, Operations Manager of Inpathy, will be speaking at the pre-conference plenary on telehealth at the New Jersey Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW-NJ) Annual Conference on Sunday, April 28 from 10am-12pm.
McDermott will be discussing key considerations for practicing telebehavioral health in New Jersey, including a review of the New Jersey telehealth law that went into effect in 2017.
“I’m thrilled to speak at the NASW New Jersey chapter,” says McDermott. “It’ll be a great discussion and opportunity to connect with several folks.”
Also presenting during this plenary session are Samantha Wolfe-Taylor, MSW and David Wilkerson, PhD, LCSW from the Indiana University School of Social Work. They will be presenting via video from Indiana and will cover what social workers need to know about telehealth. McDermott will serve as the moderator during their session before she speaks on New Jersey specifics.
The presentation will take place at the Borgata Hotel.
About Marlene McDermott, LMFT
Marlene McDermott, LMFT helps Inpathy with practice and operations administration. She pulls together information from various sources and implements procedures to streamline referral workflows, best practices, data reporting and clinical documentation. With a Master’s Degree in Educational Psychology, McDermott’s almost two decades of experience in behavioral health care are both clinical and administrative: from being a partner in a thriving small private psychotherapy practice to managing a large outpatient department. McDermott takes pride in her ability to help problem solve through listening and collaborating.