Social Media Ethics for Counselors
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Social Media and Informed Consent for Therapists: PLEASE READ ...

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Lovely piece!

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Social Media Ethics (part 2): Developing Your Social Media Policy

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Do you have a social media policy for your practice? Here are some guidelines to get you started...

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Nice piece on guidelines for a social media policy! A must for your practice.

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Andy Park's comment, April 6, 2013 6:52 PM
I enjoyed what Dr. Julie Hanks had to say about developing a policy for social media
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Social Media Ethics (part 3) - Julie Hanks, LCSW

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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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Julie Hanks is a great resource for therapists!

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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
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Online Social Networking with Counseling Clients: Six "Facebooking" Rules - Counseling and Life Coaching - Find a Counselor

Online Social Networking with Counseling Clients: Six "Facebooking" Rules - Counseling and Life Coaching - Find a Counselor | Social Media Ethics for Counselors | Scoop.it

"However, approving the connection will also allow the client to see comments and photos of the students, colleagues, family, and ‘friends’ I have added prior. And this could blur professional boundaries, as well as spell disaster for psychoanalysts who prefer to be a blank slate for client projection."


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Nice coverage of ethics with maintaining a Facebook account

 

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Andy Park's comment, April 6, 2013 6:56 PM
Rules on Facebooking for counselors!