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Educating Therapy Clients Beyond the Consulting Room

Online Clinical Resources to Bolster Psychoeducation

Elizabeth Doherty Thomas • 11/4/2015

While it may not occur to many therapists, their best clinical ally can be the Internet---particularly for a client who needs more educational and interactive help than you can provide in one weekly, 50-minute session. Psychoeducation is always some part of the therapeutic experience, but even if you've explained the nature of depression or anxiety or obsessive-compulsive disorder to your client, many more questions, doubts, and uncertainties about what it all means will still remain. With your guidance, the Internet can serve as a trustworthy source of information about therapy or the client's particular difficulties.

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Allying with the Internet

The Best Clinical Resources on the Web

Elizabeth Doherty Thomas • 9/1/2010

A guide to the wealth of websites and message boards that can be useful to clients and therapists alike.

Magazine Article

The Business of Therapy

Web Marketing on a Shoestring: The fundamentals of starting—or growing—a practice

Elizabeth Doherty Thomas • 11/1/2009

A primer for web marketing for practitioners on a shoestring budget.

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Educating Therapy Clients Beyond the Consulting Room

Online Clinical Resources to Bolster Psychoeducation

Elizabeth Doherty Thomas • 11/4/2015

While it may not occur to many therapists, their best clinical ally can be the Internet---particularly for a client who needs more educational and interactive help than you can provide in one weekly, 50-minute session. Psychoeducation is always some part of the therapeutic experience, but even if you've explained the nature of depression or anxiety or obsessive-compulsive disorder to your client, many more questions, doubts, and uncertainties about what it all means will still remain. With your guidance, the Internet can serve as a trustworthy source of information about therapy or the client's particular difficulties.

Daily Blog
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Allying with the Internet

The Best Clinical Resources on the Web

Elizabeth Doherty Thomas • 9/1/2010

A guide to the wealth of websites and message boards that can be useful to clients and therapists alike.

Magazine Article

The Business of Therapy

Web Marketing on a Shoestring: The fundamentals of starting—or growing—a practice

Elizabeth Doherty Thomas • 11/1/2009

A primer for web marketing for practitioners on a shoestring budget.

Magazine Article
Page 1 of 1 (2 Items)
Elizabeth Doherty Thomas runs two national therapy directories. She trains nontechnical therapists in managing their websites and online presence through teleclasses, audio CDs, a blog, and personal consulting.