Tag Archives: Psychology

Want to Participate in Research about Encountering Your Therapist on the Internet?

Opportunity to participate in research on the effects of encountering your past or current therapist’s information on the Internet. Continue reading

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Assessing Suicide Risk

New objective tests for assessing suicide risk have me thinking about assessment and what comes next for trauma survivors who are suicidal: giving hope to the hopeless, finding meaning in the context of relationship Continue reading

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Therapy and Social Networking

Dr. Keely Kolmes writes extensively about the implications of social media involvement for therapists and consumers of psychotherapy services at her blog, Mindful Musings. In the wake of privacy-related changes in Facebook and Google services, we began a conversation about our concerns and approaches to social networking as clinicians. You can read about that conversation over at her blog: People in Your Social Circle: Dr. Kathleen Young Chats with me About Social Networking Challenges for Clinicians. Continue reading

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