Therapeutic Ethics in the Digital Age – When the Whole World is Watching
By Ofer Zur
This article in the Psychotherapy Networker makes some useful points. I found some useful, but I don’t think of myself as an immigrant in the digital world! That is who he addresses.
The revolution in communication technology has created a new set of ethical dilemmas, which—given the pervasiveness of Internet culture—are invading our sessions, whether we know it or not.
The question that got me thinking is When to Google a client?
Stephen White compares himself to his therapist character Alan Gregory:
First, he has the benefit of all my years of experience. And second, I get to think about his lines as long as I’d like. Real patients never offer that luxury.
That is where psychotherapy online has a bit of an edge too!
New Zealand News – – Online Therapy
“Another local online therapist is Kennedy’s mate, psychotherapist Walter Logeman, who started up Psybernet, a site dedicated to “exploring the psyche in cyberspace”.
Barry says wise things and I am also in the news!
See me here: http://www.psybernet.co.nz
Psychotherapy Online with Walter Logeman
Write to me, in
an an email, about one of the following:
One of your dreams.
A difficulty or dilemma you are having.
A challenge or crisis in a relationship.
Strong feelings you have now.
A topic of your choice.
I will respond by email, free of charge, from my psychological perspective.
I will also let you know how to continue psychotherapy online with me if you choose to.
To get started email me:email@example.com
I have updated my Psychotherapy Online pages.
to be clear… this was 21 years ago. I did that work for decades and loved it . I could do so again. But not now. Other projects occupy my life. Training psychodrama, running groups .
Online Psychotherapy with Walter Logeman
This will soon not be here but have a new URL
Much later: Friday, 15 January, 2010
Of course it is here, and this will remain the main page: http://www.psybernet.co.nz
I must have thought I’d get that URL, but then couldn’t! Looks like no-one is really using it. I’d still like it!
Though my Walter Logeman site is useful too.