Our world is increasingly global in its reach. The pandemic has accelerated that global reach, including the delivery of telehealth services across state/province and country borders. But how do users know those services will be of adequate quality? Psychology has established three ways of ensuring quality and accountability to reassure uses.

The first assurance is through establishing high quality training programs for psychologists. The second is accurate ways of measuring individuals’ competence to practice. The third is broad networks of quality assurance that match the global reach of service delivery. In this book, each of these assurance methods is described and applications to real world situations are explained.

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