It is the mission of Telehealth Certification Institute, LLC, to provide the highest quality training to behavioral health professionals.
About The Founder and CEO
Raymond Barrett, LMHC, LPC, DCC, BC-TMH, M.S., has extensively provided telemental health counseling services in private practice, for facilities, and for an EAP program. Both as a practitioner and trainer, his aim is to fill every knowledge gap as it arises in the telemental health profession, and that his training allows for immediate implementation. Ray has developed several courses on telemental health and ensures his courses are kept updated. Trainees find Ray to be very approachable, available and knowledgeable. Ray appreciates hearing from each training participant individually in order to fulfill their specific learning needs and to incorporate their questions and successes into the training program. He has presented on telebehavioral health at several conferences and has assisted many private practices to begin and enhance their telehealth programs through his private consultations.
The Telehealth Certification Institute, LLC is registered in NY.
CMCC Program Developer, Advisor, and Instructor
Mark A. Stebnicki, Ph.D., LCMHC, DCMHS, CRC, CMCC is Professor Emeritus and former Coordinator of the Military and Trauma Counseling (MTC) certificate program in the Department of Addictions and Rehabilitation Services at East Carolina University. He developed the MTC certificate in 2015 and the Clinical Military Counseling Certificate (CMCC) program in 2016 now offered through the Telehealth Certificate Institute. Dr. Stebnicki is an active teacher, trainer, researcher, and practitioner with over 30 years’ experience working with the psychosocial rehabilitation and mental health needs of adolescents and adults with posttraumatic stress symptoms, chronic illnesses, and disabilities. His primary areas of interest are related to the medical, psychosocial, vocational, and mental health aspects of active duty service members, veterans, veterans with disabilities, and military families. Dr. Stebnicki is also certified by the Washington, D.C.-based crisis response team; the National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA) and North Carolina’s American Red Cross Disaster Mental Health crisis response team. He served on the crisis response team for the Westside Middle School shootings in Jonesboro, AR (March 24, 1998) and has done many stress debriefings with private companies, schools, and government employees after incidents of workplace violence, hurricanes, tornadoes, and floods. His youth violence program, the Identification, Early Intervention, Prevention, and Preparation (IEPP) Program, was awarded national recognition by the American Counseling Association (ACA) Foundation for its vision and excellence in youth violence prevention. Other accolades include consulting with President Bill Clinton’s staff on addressing the students of Columbine High School after their critical incident (April 20, 1999). Dr. Stebnicki has served on many statewide and national professional counseling associations and accreditation boards. He has written nine professional texts most recently Clinical Military Counseling: Guidelines for Practice (2020, American Counseling Association), Disaster Mental Health Counseling: Responding to Trauma in a Multicultural Context (2017, Springer Publishing Co.); The Psychological and Social Impact of Illness and Disability (7th ed.) (2018, Springer Publishing); and The Professional Counselors’ Desk Reference (2nd ed.) (2016, Springer Publishing Co.). He has written over 40 journal articles and book chapters, and has presented at over 100 regional, state, and national conferences, seminars, and workshops, on topics ranging from military mental health, traumatic stress, empathy fatigue, and the psychosocial aspects of adults with chronic illnesses and disabilities.
Anthony Klosterman joined Telehealth Certification Institute in 2019 to support the mission of training professionals for success in TeleMental Health and beyond. He has spent the last ten years as a school administrator, children and family programs coordinator, and teacher. One of his greatest satisfactions is to ensure the joy and continued success of those whom he serves--anyone who wants to learn and grow. Anthony, his wife Loren, and their four children enjoy the outdoors and the company of many animals, both large and small, feathered and furry on their hobby farm in western New York.
Leslie Carter, BS, MS has provided virtual support for Telehealth Certification Institute, LLC since 2017. She lives in Auburn, Alabama and puts the "tele-" to practical use when providing minor technical support and general assistance to Ray Barrett and customers located throughout the country. A mathematician by education, life's experiences have Leslie wearing many hats: a virtual assistant, a preschool director, a tutor, and most importantly co-managing her family.
Ed Glauser is a licensed professional counselor in Georgia with over 26 years of counseling experience. As a Distance Credentialed Counselor, he activity practices distance counseling in private practice, and is a dynamic and engaging educator. Ed currently serves on the Georgia DBHDD (Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities) Leadership Council and Region 2 Board, and is committed to advocating for greater access of telemental health counseling services for underserved populations.
Board Certified Coach; Approved Clinical Supervisor; Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor; Nationally Certified Counselor and Distance Credentialed Counselor:
Ruby L. Blow, MA, LPC, NCC, BCC, CPCS, ACS, DCC is the owner of Development Counts an organization that specializes in the development of mental health professionals. In 2015 she completed 10 years as an adjunct faculty member at Argosy University Atlanta’s counseling program. Her professional mission is to create the space and conditions for people to meet their professional potential. She does this via continuing education workshops; licensure supervision and consultation/coaching services. For the past 20 years, she has provided counseling services for individuals, couples, and families. She is the recipient of the 2012 Counselor Educator of the Year Award by the Licensed Professional Counselors Association of Georgia. Her specialty topics include ethics, clinical supervision, telemental health and multicultural factors.
Christopher Keller, PsyD is licensed is both a psychologist and a mental health counselor in New York. He is also certified as a Distance Credentialed Counselor (DCC). Dr. Keller has experience providing mental health services in a wide variety of settings including Residential Treatment Centers (RTC), a Residential Treatment Facility (RTF), community mental health clinics, group and private practices, and at an Intensive Psychiatric Rehabilitation Treatment Program (IPRT). Currently, he manages an outpatient mental health clinic and is in private practice. His work experience includes providing individual counseling, group counseling, and psychological testing to children, adolescents, and adults. He also provides clinical supervision to licensed professionals, professionals working towards obtaining their license, and to graduate students pursuing their master’s and doctoral degrees in the fields of Mental Health Counseling, Clinical Psychology, and Rehabilitation Counseling.
Stephanie E. Moultrie is a licensed clinical social worker in the state of Georgia with over 19 years experience. Mrs. Moultrie is an active telemental health provider, experienced in working with a wide spectrum of clients and organizations.