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Advanced Social/Media Services: Supercharging social media with storytelling techniques: #11 Raising the Stakes

Advanced Social/Media Services: Supercharging social media with storytelling techniques: #11 Raising the Stakes | Ethics & Social Media for Therapists | Scoop.it
Supercharging social media with storytelling techniques: #11 Raising the Stakes http://t.co/kLRkyD0WKW
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Social Media, Sexual Assault, and Today's Teens and Tweens

Social Media, Sexual Assault, and Today's Teens and Tweens | Ethics & Social Media for Therapists | Scoop.it
That social media and sex are intertwined is no surprise. What is surprising is how social media has become a weapon in sexual assaults of kids, tweens, and teens. In Steubenville, Ohio, and in Tor...
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Social Media and Ethics – Oh My! – Counselling Connect

Reading the Ethical Framework has led me to rethink my approach to Social Media. As it happens I am part of a group on LinkedIn where this topic was also being discussed. Tamara G. Suttle, a therapist who writes the blog ...

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Kristen Anderson's curator insight, April 2, 2013 12:50 AM

 “Preparing yourself for an online presence is just as important as other aspects of preparing for this profession” (Kat Mindenhall, LCSW)

Kevin R Reilly's comment, April 5, 2013 12:07 AM
The flood of social mediamakes one reflect on whether the effects will be seen as positive or negative in the long run.
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Therapists, Ethics, and Social Media

Therapists, Ethics, and Social Media | Ethics & Social Media for Therapists | Scoop.it
Graduate Student at George Fox University - Psychology/Marriage, Couples and Family Counseling Darlene is using Pinterest, an online pinboard to collect and share what inspires you. (My newest Pinterest Board.
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Social Media Ethics (part 3) - Julie Hanks, LCSW

Social Media Ethics (part 3) - Julie Hanks, LCSW | Ethics & Social Media for Therapists | Scoop.it
Where do I go for trusted information on ethical use of social media for therapists? Here are the top 3 resources on the cutting edge of online ethics for mental health therapists that I find myself referencing time and time again.

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Kristen Anderson's curator insight, April 2, 2013 12:54 AM

Ethics Gurus to follow

Drew Carter's comment, April 4, 2013 8:01 PM
Julie Hanks always provides great insight
Tiffany Martin's curator insight, April 8, 2013 12:05 AM

Julie Hanks is a great resource for therapists!

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Twitter's 'view all' media option: Smarter social media marketing

Twitter's 'view all' media option: Smarter social media marketing | Ethics & Social Media for Therapists | Scoop.it
Visual media thrives on Twitter, and with the site's new Cards and 'view all' media options, product galleries are even easier to create than ever before.
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Ethics, Social Media, Therapists

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This board was created in partial fulfillment of GCEP585 course @ GFU (“@rashford: Ethics, Social Media, Therapists http://t.co/wSLtcUqeMn nice start of curated Pinterest board by...
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Excellent work!
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The 7 most interesting social media stats and what to learn from them

The 7 most interesting social media stats and what to learn from them | Ethics & Social Media for Therapists | Scoop.it
Over 1,2 billion people are on Twitter, Facebook and co., say the latest social media stats. Does it matter?

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Dr. Susan Bainbridge's curator insight, April 3, 2013 9:37 AM

A few 'usage' errors (but I'm a grammar nut). Good information.

BreakingCyclesBuildingHope's curator insight, April 8, 2013 4:32 AM

More statistical info to add to your repertoire...fun stats :)

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

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The increasing Internet usage by therapists and clients alike has created new opportunities for dual relationships online. Over the coming weeks I'll be discussing ways to use social media ethically in the digital age.

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Kristen Anderson's curator insight, April 2, 2013 12:53 AM

The increasing Internet usage by therapists and clients alike has created new opportunities for dual relationships online.

Drew Carter's comment, April 4, 2013 8:02 PM
Managing dual relationships and finding balance of using social media is labyrinth
Kevin R Reilly's comment, April 4, 2013 11:58 PM
The multiple uses of the internet do create new frontiers for many including therapists and their clients.