Ethics in Social Media for Therapists
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Social Media Update 2014

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While Facebook remains the most popular social media site, other platforms — like LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram and Twitter — saw higher rates of growth over the past year. In 2014, 52% of online adults used two or more social media sites, up from 42% in 2013.
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For those therapists interested in the recent trends in social media use, this Pew Research Center article supplies you with this knowledge.

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TILT Magazine: Therapeutic Innovations in Light of Technology Issue 6

HOT TOPICS:

Everyday Technology in Counselling and Supervision
An Ethical Framework for the Use of Technology in EAPs
Multiple Streams of Income for Therapists
News from the CyberStreet
Research Review
Ethical Dilemma
What Would You Do?


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For those counselors involved in EAPs, this journal has a helpful and thoughtful article (pp. 26-32) called An Ethical Framework for the Use of Technology in EAPs.

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Distance Counseling Survey: The results are in! | Online Therapy ...

Distance Counseling Survey: The results are in! | Online Therapy ... | Ethics in Social Media for Therapists | Scoop.it
In the last issue of TILT Magazine, online practitioners were invited to participate in a survey designed to gather information about various trends in the distance counseling industry. The survey was also announced across ...
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If you follow the link in this article to the Therapeutic Interventions in Light of Technology (TILT) magazine, page 59 details distance counseling survey results.

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Social Media Ethics (part 1): Digital Dual Relationship Dilemmas

Social Media Ethics (part 1): Digital Dual Relationship Dilemmas | Ethics in Social Media for Therapists | Scoop.it
Have you encountered any of the following potential dual relationships in cyberspace? I’ve spent months writing about how to effectively use technology, and social media in particular, to build your private mental health practice.
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Julie Hanks offers us a wonderful resource about on-line dual relationships.

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Keely Kolmes 2012 Therapist Leadership Conference Interview

I was honored to be on the faculty for Casey Truffo's 2012 Therapist Leadership Virtual Conference. Casey interviewed me in a session called "To Friend or No...
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Kolmes' social media policy, discussed above, is a great example of a framework for navigating social media for psychotherapists.

 

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Online Therapy Institute: Ethical Frameworks

Online Therapy Institute: Ethical Frameworks | Ethics in Social Media for Therapists | Scoop.it

The Online Therapy Institute has developed Ethical Frameworks for helping professionals working in the fields of mental health, career and school guidance as well as coaching. These frameworks were developed to offer a global point of reference. The documents have been created so that they may be amended as technology changes and as the global community grows. We hope that you find these frameworks to be helpful as you navigate new waters in your career.


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This is a fantastic resource on ethical frameworks for the use of technology in mental health, career and school guidance, coaching, supervision, and more!

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The Ethics of Privacy on Online Social Networks

For more, visit http://www.cristinajcordova.com *** 2010 Winner of Stanford University's Lyle and Olive Cook Prize for the best Ethics in Society honors thes...
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This video presents research on what online privacy is, how it is qualitatively different in social media, and standard privacy practices that determine a user-friendly site. While the content focuses on Facebook as an example, the core concepts presented here may be transferable to a psychotherapist's approach to online privacy issues.

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Ethics

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2014 ACA Code of Ethics is now available: http://t.co/wszVD02s9z
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See Section H on Distance Counseling, Technology, and Social Media.

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The Workplace and Social Networking- Got Boundaries? | Online ...

The Workplace and Social Networking- Got Boundaries? | Online ... | Ethics in Social Media for Therapists | Scoop.it
Negotiating the boundaries between our professional and personal lives is increasingly a part of our work as therapists. If you use social media ...
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Take away: develop a framework for social media use.

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