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Watch the original presentation of this content here: https://vimeo.com/68027293 Dr. Keely Kolmes will be presenting a full webinar "How to Create a Social Media Policy for Your Psychotherapy ...

Watch the original presentation of this content here: https://vimeo.com/68027293 Dr. Keely Kolmes will be presenting a full webinar "How to Create a Social Media Policy for Your Psychotherapy Practice" where she will comprehensively cover advanced ethical decision-making on the Internet. Register here: http://bit.ly/drkeelykolmes

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    5 Ethical Mistakes Therapists Need to Avoid with Clients Online 5 Ethical Mistakes Therapists Need to Avoid with Clients Online Presentation Transcript

    • How to Create a Social MediaPolicy for Your PsychotherapyPractice with Dr. Keely KolmesHosted by Clinton Power,Founder of www.AustraliaCounselling.com.auwww.AustraliaCounselling.com.auCOPYRIGHT © 2013
    • • The associations are struggling to keep up• General principles using APA, AAMFT, NASW PACFA and APS• What can we learn from other professions and countries?• What are the differences in ethical codes?An Intoduction toEthical Issues Onlinewww.AustraliaCounselling.com.auCOPYRIGHT © 2013
    • #1 Not Having anInformed Consentwww.AustraliaCounselling.com.auCOPYRIGHT © 2013•What’s the minimum recommended information?•The benefits of an informed consent•Are you protecting yourself and your clients?•Where does this happen and what does it entail?
    • #2 BreachingConfidentialitywww.AustraliaCounselling.com.auCOPYRIGHT © 2013•What’s considered confidentiality online?•Where are we most likely to compromiseconfidentiality online?•Ethical issues related to the Internet andconfidentiality•How you might be accidentally breaching yourclient’s confidentiality online
    • •What are multiple relationships?•How to avoid dual relationships online•Pitfalls of social media and how dual relationships can occur•Common therapist mistakes on social media#3 Engaging inMultiple Relationshipswww.AustraliaCounselling.com.auCOPYRIGHT © 2013
    • #4 UnethicalConsultationswww.AustraliaCounselling.com.auCOPYRIGHT © 2013•The importance of consultation•The dangers of posting to Listservs•Common therapist ethical issues related toconsultations•How to ask for therapist referrals online in an ethicalway
    • #5 SolicitingTestimonialswww.AustraliaCounselling.com.auCOPYRIGHT © 2013•How to deal with review sites like ‘Yelp’•The do’s and don’ts of testimonials•The dangers of testimonials on social media
    • Creating Your SocialMedia Policywww.AustraliaCounselling.com.auCOPYRIGHT © 2013
    • Email and Interactingwww.AustraliaCounselling.com.auCOPYRIGHT © 2013
    • Contact, Friend andFollow Requestswww.AustraliaCounselling.com.auCOPYRIGHT © 2013
    • Search Engineswww.AustraliaCounselling.com.auCOPYRIGHT © 2013
    • Online Reviewswww.AustraliaCounselling.com.auCOPYRIGHT © 2013
    • Telemental Healthwww.AustraliaCounselling.com.auCOPYRIGHT © 2013
    • Register Now!www.AustraliaCounselling.com.auCOPYRIGHT © 2013Reserve your seat now at:http://bit.ly/drkeelykolmes