Social Media Ethics for Therapists
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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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Ethics Gurus to follow

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Drew Carter's comment, April 4, 2013 8:01 PM
Julie Hanks always provides great insight
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Julie Hanks is a great resource for therapists!

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

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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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Therapist Blog Challenge #5: Top 10 Books List - Psych Central Blogs

Therapist Blog Challenge #5: Top 10 Books List - Psych Central Blogs | Social Media Ethics for Therapists | Scoop.it
Hanks consults with therapists all over the world to build a fulfilling and profitable therapy business and attract cash-pay clients through technology and social media. Follow Julie on Twitter & Facebook.
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We're all familiar with Julie at this point in GCEP585, here is so more of her widsom regarding social media 

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

Social Media Ethics (part 1): Digital Dual Relationship Dilemmas ... | Social Media Ethics for Therapists | Scoop.it
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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The increasing Internet usage by therapists and clients alike has created new opportunities for dual relationships online.

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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.
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Ethics and Social Media « PDResources

Ethics and Social Media « PDResources | Social Media Ethics for Therapists | Scoop.it
Ethics and Social Media Is it useful or appropriate (or ethical or therapeutic) for a therapist and a client to share the kinds of information that are routinely posted on Social Networking Services (SNS) like Facebook, Twitter, and ...
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Classes and other resources to learn more about ethics and social media useage in an appropirate fashion for therapists

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